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Mar 1999

  • Mon, 03/22/1999 - 01:00pm

    What's Just Right For Deuterons

    What's Just Right For Deuterons

    In the case of a deuteron — a single proton and neutron "walking lockstep" within the simplest atomic nucleus known — for physicists the basic question is at which point does a nucleon end and its constituent parts, the quarks, begin?

  • Mon, 03/01/1999 - 01:00pm

    Improving The Picture Of Nucleon Structure

    Improving The Picture Of Nucleon Structure

    In a series of experiments at the Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab), researchers are moving toward a substantially improved picture of nucleon structure and behavior.

  • Mon, 03/01/1999 - 01:00pm

    Jefferson Laboratory Findings Excite Theoreticians, Experimentatlists

    Jefferson Laboratory Findings Excite Theoreticians, Experimentatlists

    Seemingly reasonable assumptions define the human view of the world. But ruled of thumb can mislead — or be altogether incorrect. Fortunately, in physics, most assumptions can be tested. Those that don't measure up are amended.

  • Mon, 03/01/1999 - 01:00pm

    Probing a "Sea" of Quarks

    Probing a "Sea" of Quarks

Nov 1998

Oct 1998

  • Thu, 10/01/1998 - 01:00pm

    Jefferson Lab invites public to free lecture by author of "The Physics of Star Trek"

    Jefferson Lab invites public to free lecture by author of The Physics of Star Trek

    A free evening of entertainment and learning await you Wednesday, Oct. 14 at the Department of Energy's Jefferson Lab in Newport News, Va.

    Internationally known physicist and guest lecturer, Professor Lawrence M. Krauss, will guide you on a warp speed journey through the Star Trek universe, which he uses as his launching pad into the fascinating world of modern physics.

Aug 1998

Jun 1998

  • Wed, 06/17/1998 - 01:00pm

    New Laser's "First Light" Shatters Record

    New Laser's "First Light" Shatters Record

    Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility have delivered first light from their Free Electron Laser (FEL). Only 2 years after ground was broken for the FEL, infrared light of more than 150 watts (150,000 times more powerful than that of a supermarket scanner or CD player) was delivered today — fifteen times the power of existing free-electron lasers.

Oct 1997

Mar 1997

  • Wed, 03/26/1997 - 12:00pm

    JLab Awarded Vice President's Hammer Award

    Jefferson Lab Awarded Vice President's Hammer Award

    The Directives Review Team at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab) has been awarded the Vice President's Hammer Award for its work on the simplification of the Environment, Health and Safety (EH&S) requirements given by the U.S. Department of Energy for Jefferson Lab.

Jan 1997

Dec 1996

Mar 1996

  • Tue, 03/19/1996 - 12:00pm

    Investment in Science Steady

    Investment in Science Steady

    The Department of Energy's FY 1997 budget, released today leaves CEBAF's Budgetary outlook for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1996 in good order. One of the highlights of the Department of Energy's Office of Energy Research budget is to sustain the High Energy and Nuclear Physics programs under which CEBAF's effort is directed.

Jan 1996

  • Tue, 01/16/1996 - 12:00pm

    CEBAF Establishes Partnership and Rewards Inventors

    CEBAF Establishes Partnership and Rewards Inventors

    The Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF) will formalize a partnership with the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) at 1:30 p.m. January 17, 1996, at CEBAF.

    CIT, based in Herndon, VA, will market CEBAF inventions to industry. This will include establishing specific working relationships and programs between CEBAF, industry and CIT to best achieve technology transfer.

Nov 1995

  • Wed, 11/01/1995 - 12:00pm

    Research Begins at CEBAF

    Research Begins at CEBAF

    The Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility, the newest national research laboratory, successfully began conducting experiments this week. One hundred scientists from across the globe are collaborating with CEBAF to conduct the first in a series of experiments that are expected to lead to a solution to the ancient puzzle of the fundamental structure of matter.

Aug 1995

  • Thu, 08/03/1995 - 01:00pm

    Teachers Conduct Research at Prestigious Department of Energy Laboratory

    Teachers Conduct Research at Prestigious Department of Energy Laboratory

    Twenty-nine high school and middle school physics, physical science, and engineering/technology teachers from four states are participating in the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility's Summer Institute for Teacher Enhancement (SITE).

    The four week Institute enables teachers to conduct practical and essential group research on a variety of projects at CEBAF including: Data analysis, construction and operation of safety systems, and control system design.

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