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PAC38 Call for Proposals

The 38th meeting of the NSCL Program Advisory Committee (PAC) meeting will be held approximately April 14-15, 2014. The Call for Proposals will be announced on approximately December 9, 2013, with a proposal...

Mystery Surrounding Neutron Stars Heats Up Scientists have long thought that nuclear reactions within the crust of a neutron star contributed to the heating of the star’s surface. However, new research recently published in...
2014 Graduate Brochure

The 2014 NSCL Graduate Brochure is now available online. Besides general information about the program and...

Research Drives America

Watch the video Research Drives America and learn about the importance of basic research for our well-being and how frontier...

Michigan's MoNA LISA

There are many masterpieces of the world hidden away in the strangest locations. From Greek statues to Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel, these works of art are both admired and well known. What many may not know is that...

International Collaborations in Nuclear Theory

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On the Origin of Life’s Most Crucial Isotope

EAST LANSING, Mich. – Since the Big Bang, the universe has been evolving. From the formations of simple protons and neutrons to the wide breadth of elements and molecules known today, it is ever growing in complexity...

A "Nature View" on Tin-100

In last week’s edition of Nature, NSCL Senior Physicist Daniel Bazin contributes a “News & Views” piece on the progress made towards unlocking the secrets of 100Sn – the heaviest symmetrical doubly magic nucleus...

SymmetryBreaking: Taking it Slow at Michigan State's Particle Decelerator

From Symmetry Breaking, Symmetry magazine's online blog
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NRC Decadal Review of Nuclear Physics Releases Videos

The National Research Council (NRC) recently completed its decadal review of the field of nuclear physics. The report was released publically today (Tuesday, June 26), along with two videos. One a long version and...