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Nobel Prize winner lecture at MSU - Takaaki Kajita February 27, 2019 Nobel Prize winner lecture at MSU - Takaaki Kajita

Professor Takaaki Kajita, Nobel Laureate and Director of the Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, will be presenting a talk on the discovery of neutrino oscillations.

Michigan State University graduate student awarded Department of Energy fellowship September 14, 2018 Michigan State University graduate student awarded Department of Energy fellowship

Graduate Student Steven Fromm joins a group of 25 first-year fellows in 2017, bringing the total number of current DOE CSGF recipients to 84 students in 21 states.

DUNE collaboration completes Far Detector Interim Design Report August 23, 2018 DUNE collaboration completes Far Detector Interim Design Report

The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) collabora­tion, inclu­ding P-A Asst. Prof. Ken­dall Mahn, has re­leased its Inter­im Design Re­port for the con­struc­tion of gi­gantic modules for its “far detec­tor” in South Dakota.

Three P-A faculty members named to third cohort of STEM fellows August 13, 2018 Three P-A faculty members named to third cohort of STEM fellows

Three P-A faculty members—Huey-Wen Lin, Jaideep Taggart Singh, and Pengpeng Zhang—are among 12 selected for MSU's STEM Teaching and Learning Fellowship's fall 2018 cohort.

Birge group solves a storied problem July 31, 2018 Birge group solves a storied problem

A research team led by Professor Norman Birge has found a solution to a long-standing problem with combinations of superconductors and ferromagnets.

FRIB accelerates first beams in 3 of 46 superconducting cryomodules July 26, 2018 FRIB accelerates first beams in 3 of 46 superconducting cryomodules

On July 11th & 12th, FRIB achieved a major project milestone by successfully accelerating its first beams in 3 of 46 superconducting cryomodules.

IceCube neutrinos point toward long-sought cosmic ray accelerator July 12, 2018 IceCube neutrinos point toward long-sought cosmic ray accelerator

The IceCube Neutrino Observatory has found evidence that a blazar four billion light years away in Orion is a source of extremely high-energy cosmic rays.

Heaviest known calcium atom discovered by MSU-led team July 11, 2018 Heaviest known calcium atom discovered by MSU-led team

Researchers from MSU's NSCL/FRIB and the RIKEN Nishina Center in Japan have found eight new heavy isotopes of seven elements, including calcium-60.

Jaideep Taggart Singh receives DoE Early Career award June 29, 2018 Jaideep Taggart Singh receives DoE Early Career award

Assistant Professor Jaideep Taggart Singh of the P-A Dept. and FRIB received one of 84 Early Career Research Program Awards for 2018 from the U.S. Dept. of Energy's Office of Science.

Finding antineutrino oscillation June 21, 2018 Finding antineutrino oscillation

NOvA collaboration observes antineutrino interactions at rates indicating oscillation behavior.