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Dec 1996

May 1996

  • Fri, 05/24/1996 - 12:00am

    Nuclear Physics Laboratory is Probing the Fundamental Structure of Matter (Release)

    Nuclear Physics Laboratory is Probing the Fundamental Structure of Matter

    NEWPORT NEWS, VA — Representatives of the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University will join federal government leaders, scientists from around the world, and key officials of universities and colleges in dedicating a nuclear physics laboratory that is probing the fundamental structure of matter.

  • Fri, 05/24/1996 - 12:00am

    Secretary O'Leary Dedicates Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Release)

    Secretary O'Leary Dedicates Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

    Facility Boosts U.S. Basic Science Leadership -- On Time and Within Budget

    For Immediate Release
    May 24, 1996

    News Media Contacts:
    DOE: Jeff Sherwood, Chris Kielich, 202/586-5806
    TJNAF: Linda Ware, 757/249-7689, ware@jlab.org

  • Wed, 05/08/1996 - 12:00am

    Groundbreaking Planned for New $13.7M Applied Research Center in Newport News (Release)

    Groundbreaking Planned for New $13.7M Applied Research Center in Newport News

    May 8, 1996

    NEWPORT NEWS — Construction will begin on a center in Newport News which allies hope will promote synergy between high-technology businesses, research universities and the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF). A groundbreaking ceremony for the Applied Research Center, or ARC, will be held at 11:15 a.m. May 9, 1996, at CEBAF where the building will be located.

Mar 1996

  • Tue, 03/19/1996 - 12:00am

    Kids. Kids, Kids!! (Release)

    Kids. Kids, Kids!!

    The Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility in partnership with Huntington Middle School is hosting a special Family Night for its BEAMS students and their families on Tuesday, March 19, 1996 at 6:00 p.m. at Huntington Middle School in Newport News. BEAMS students will lead their parents through hands-on scientific activities such as the Slow Bicycle Race and Oobleck, an experiment on observing the properties of matter.

Nov 1995

  • Sat, 11/18/1995 - 12:00am

    Beam Up, Running at CEBAF (Daily Press)

    Beam Up, Running at CEBAF

    First experiment begins at physics laboratory

    By William H. McMichael, Daily Press
    Saturday, November 18, 1995

    After years of planning and construction, and months of rests and delays, the first actual experiment at the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility has finally begun.

  • Wed, 11/15/1995 - 12:00am

    Research Begins at Jefferson Lab

    Research Begins at Jefferson Lab

    NEWPORT NEWS, VA — The Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility, the newest national research laboratory, successfully began conducting experiments on November 15, 1995. One hundred scientists from across the globe are collaborating with Jefferson Lab 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.

Jun 1995

May 1995

  • Wed, 05/10/1995 - 12:00am

    Physicists are Beaming (Daily Press)

    Physicists are Beaming

    Full-power circuit means Jefferson Lab now ready for research

    By William H. McMicheal, Daily Press
    10 May 1995

    NEWPORT NEWS ,VA - The champagne cork was popped just after 7 a.m. Tuesday. A little early for a drink, perhaps, but the physicists had cause to celebrate.

Mar 1995

  • Mon, 03/27/1995 - 12:00am

    New Technologies to be Featured at Expotech News Conference (Release)

    News Release: New Technologies to be Featured at Expotech News Conference

    March 27, 1995

    A news conference previewing technologies to be featured at the EXPOTECH technology expositions in April will be held at 10 a.m., Thursday, March 30, at the Peninsula Advanced Technology Center (PATC) in Hampton, Va.

Jul 1993

  • Mon, 07/26/1993 - 12:00am

    Teachers Experiment at CEBAF (Daily Press)

    Teachers Experiment at CEBAF

    by Kirk Saville, Daily Press
    Monday, July 26, 1993

    A car battery rested on the floor next to a table filled with copper wire, an old magnet and a jumble of electronic equipment. Teachers moved along the table selecting flashlight batteries, compasses and nails.

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