Presentation #101A.05 in the session GRB 221009a.
Gamma-ray bursts have long been considered a possible source of high energy neutrinos. While no correlations have yet been observed between high energy neutrinos and GRBs, the recent observation of GRB 221009a - the brightest gamma-ray burst observed to date - provides a unique opportunity to test for hadronic emission. We leverage the wide energy range of the IceCube Neutrino Observatory to search for neutrinos from GRB 221009a. In this talk, we summarize the results of these searches for neutrinos from MeV through PeV energies.