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Keeping tabs on the activities at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider detectors through the wee hours.
Ergonomic concerns include work areas, tools, equipment,furniture, and even work practices and schedules.
DOE's Timothy Hallman, Associate Director for Nuclear Physics of the Office of Science, will give a talk on “The Future of Nuclear Physics in the U.S." today, Wednesday, June 13, at 5 p.m. in the Hamilton Seminar Room. The talk will be webcast live on .
Scientists demonstrate precision control of self assembly and charge transfer in a hybrid material composed of light-absorbing quantum dots and a conjugated polymer — two types of semiconducting materials that have been widely studied for photovoltaic and other optoelectronic applications and biosensors.
If you smoke, take a moment to look into the Lab’s smoking cessation program and learn how it can dramatically improve lives -- for both you and your family.
BNLers Phil Harrington and Rick Jackimowicz recorded the recent transit of Venus across the Sun on film.
There are compelling reasons to build an electron-ion collider at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Nuclear physicists would like to build a new machine: an electron-ion collider designed to shine a very bright "light" on both protons and heavy ions to reveal their inner secrets.