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Nine graduate students have been awarded research fellowships.
Theorist Andrea Signori wins the 2019 JSA Postdoctoral Prize for work to explain how quarks build particles.
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.
Shauna Canella accepting award
Jefferson Lab has been awarded the Department of Energy 2018 Outstanding Security Professional of the Year-Contractor award for improving lab security and furthering best practice safeguard initiatives.
V3 Program achievement affirms the lab’s commitment to actively recruit military veterans of all stripes to join its workforce.
Revamping infrastructure to improve lab operations; delivering significant project savings four months ahead of schedule.
The academic testing season is now underway, and thousands of students in the Commonwealth are expected to visit Jefferson Lab's website to practice for the Virginia Standards of Learning exams.
Jefferson Lab’s Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility has confirmed production of its first charm quarks.


Users discussed international collaboration at Jefferson Lab Users Organization Annual Workshop and Annual Meeting in June.
On July 11, the U.S. Department of Energy held a swearing-in ceremony in honor of its recently confirmed appointees, including Christopher Fall as the new Director of the Office of Science.
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.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine tours the nation’s premiere facility for studying the quark structure of the atom's nucleus.
The highly anticipated interactive science show, Physics Fest, will be held twice this summer on July 10 and August 7, at Jefferson Lab.
…and other anecdotes from seasoned Jefferson Lab employees.
More than 75 presentations and posters based on Jefferson Lab-related research were presented.
Leave the tired baking soda volcano experiment at home! Earlier this month, more than fifty teachers spilled out of the Jefferson Lab auditorium and into the atrium ready to share new, innovative and accessible science-based activities with fellow science teachers.

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