Routine maintenance of Laboratory computing infrastructure will take place on the
weekend of January 7. During this time, the Laboratory's website may experience
service interruptions. Normal service is expected to resume by the evening of January 8.
"Frontiers of Hadronic Physics: Brains Recirculate Two"
workshop on hadronic physics was held at Brookhaven National
Laboratory on March 13th. This was a collaboration between Prof. T.
Hatsuda's group at RIKEN, under the Brain initiative, and the
Nuclear Theory, Lattice Gauge Theory, and High Energy Theory Groups.
Raju Venugopalan receives the Excellence Initiative
International Guest Professor Award from the University of
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