Stuart Freedman
University of California, Berkeley

KamLAND is a 1000 ton liquid scintillator located underground in the Kamioka zinc mine near Mozumi, Japan. KamLAND is capable of measuring the flux of anti-neutrinos from nuclear reactors in Japan and Korea. I will discuss evidence for anti-neutrino disappearance from the first 145 day run of the experiment. In the context of two neutrino mixing the observations are consistent with neutrino oscillations and the large mixing angle solution to the "solar neutrino problem."