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Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider Begins 18th Year of Experiments

First smashups with "isobar" ions and low-energy gold-gold collisions will test earlier hints of exciting discoveries at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider as accelerator physicists tune up technologies to enable future science.  More...
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  1. From NSLS to NSLS-II and Beyond: Accelerator Physics Challenges

    Tuesday, August 8, 2017 | Presented by Victor Smalyuk

    Nearly a half-century ago, scientists considered the synchrotron light appearing in their electron accelerators a severe hindrance to producing the high energy particles they needed to study the fundamental forces in nature. This "nuisance" light, however, had extremely useful characteristics.

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