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News releases

Elementary and middle school science teachers are invited to register for the annual Virginia Region II Teacher Night at Jefferson Lab.
Rachel Carson Middle School of Herndon placed first among 19 teams who competed at the 2019 Virginia Regional Science Bowl Competition at Jefferson Lab on Saturday, March 2.
A new economic impact study reveals that Jefferson Lab generates more than half a billion dollars in economic output for the nation.
The Electron-Ion Collider Center at Jefferson Lab is now accepting research proposals for its fellowship and visitors programs.
Members of the media and public are invited to observe the 2019 Virginia Regional Middle School Science Bowl Competition at Jefferson Lab on Saturday, March 2.
Guided by data from new high-precision measurements, physicists develop a universal function that suggests that proton-neutron pairs in the nucleus may be responsible for the EMC Effect.
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology of Alexandria placed first among 16 teams who competed at the 2019 Virginia Regional Science Bowl Competition at Jefferson Lab on Saturday, Feb. 2.
Members of the media and public are invited to observe the 2019 Virginia Regional Science Bowl Competition at Jefferson Lab on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Features

The 2018-2019 Jefferson Science Associates Minority/Female Undergraduate Research Assistantship awardee spins opportunities for growth in science and throughout university campus.
The world’s first automated production SRF quality testing facility contributes to the success of large-scale particle accelerators across the U.S. and around the world.
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.

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