The Nuclear Physics program at the MSU Department of Physics and Astronomy centers on the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB). FRIB is east of the Biomedical and Physical Sciences Building, which houses most of the rest of the department.
Areas of research into nuclear physics, along with their associated web areas, include the following.
- FRIB: Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (frib.msu.edu)
- FRIB nuclear science program (frib.msu.edu/science/index.html)
- Experimental nuclear physics (frib.msu.edu/science/nuclearphysics/index.html)
- Experimental nuclear chemistry (frib.msu.edu/science/nuclearchemistry/index.html)
- Theoretical nuclear science (frib.msu.edu/science/theory/index.html)
- Accelerator Science and Engineering (frib.msu.edu/science/ase/index.html)
- Computational science (frib.msu.edu/science/computational/index.html)
- IReNA: International Research Network for Nuclear Astrophysics (irenaweb.org)