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The first phase of an experiment exploring the “glue” that binds together the basic building blocks of matter has been completed.
Media invited to attend talks and panel discussions of new and emerging applications of Jefferson Lab’s accelerator technology   What: Accelerators: Driving Applications for Society
Jefferson Sciences Associates announced the award of $400,000 to support projects related to education, outreach and career development to staff and users at Jefferson Lab.
scintillating fibers attached to a detector
The OARtrac® system, built with detector technologies used in nuclear physics, has been cited as a 2018 R&D 100 Award Winner by R&D Magazine.
Jefferson Lab Director Stuart Henderson has been appointed a Governor's Distinguished CEBAF Professor.
Four scientists affiliated with Jefferson Lab have been elected to the status of Fellow of the American Physical Society.
Improved data center provides efficiency, security and reliability
Cristiano Fanelli has been awarded the 2018 JSA Postdoctoral Prize for innovative solutions in optimizing particle detectors.

Features

Jefferson Lab's technology stewardship event, Accelerators: Driving Applications for Society was held on December 17.
Three early-career nuclear physicists are learning how to speak about their research and prepare for the competitive job market through JSA-sponsored program.
The Oct. 24 lunchtime seminar, “Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events,” offered tips on surviving a mass shooting.
Supported by Jefferson Lab staff volunteers, the BEAMS program introduces local fifth and sixth graders to real-world science and technical careers.
The OARtrac® system, built with detector technologies used in nuclear physics, has won kudos for measuring radiation treatments in hard-to-reach areas.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Learn how nuclear physics has been used to diagnose and treat many types of cancer, including breast cancer.
Dilon and Jefferson Lab signatories for license
Detector technology with lower radiation dose now licensed by Dilon Technologies
In a lab where every detail could be historically relevant, the Jefferson Lab History Archives Program captures the past for future audiences.

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