The second Workshop on Exotic Physics with Neutrino Telescopes took place in Marseilles, France. Six years having passed since the first workshop, there was plenty to discuss. During that time, the large neutrino telescopes IceCube and ANTARES have been completed. Now, indirect searches with them for dark matter, monopoles and other aspects of physics beyond the Standard Model are proceeding at full strength. The two telescopes have already begun to set limits on relevant cross-sections and fluxes, complementing the studies at smaller neutrino detectors and at the LHC.
Read more: "Neutrino telescopes point towards exotic physics" - CERN Courier