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Ron Lassiter near building windows
Thomas Britton in his office, in front of a computer displaying a 3D wire frame of the GlueX detector
Myung Bang at his desk.
Ashley Mitchell shown in chemistry room.

News around the lab

Four nuclear physicists combine a fresh look at world data on the size of the proton with a new theoretical model to extract revised value for the proton’s radius.
Registration is now open for Jefferson Lab’s annual summer science camp for deaf and hard-of-hearing youth, siblings and children of a deaf adult.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine tours the nation’s premiere facility for studying the quark structure of the atom's nucleus.