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Exploring the nature of matter
Exploring the nature of matter

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While our primary mission is basic research, technologies, tools and processes are developed in pursuing that mission that can benefit not only science, but society. Today, we are highlighting a suite of technologies related to our detector advances – 9,123,611; 7,911,278; 7,737,874 - now available for licensing! For more information, contact our Chief Technology Officer at drew@jlab.org or http://ow.ly/kbcw30jDyuK
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If you’re ready for some hard-core physics, check out the latest article on “Scattering processes and resonances from lattice QCD.” Reviews of Modern Physics is featuring the article, along with a nice synopsis. goo.gl/97oeQq
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Happy World Laboratory Day to Jefferson Lab staff and visiting scientists! Thanks to your efforts, we're discovering the heart of matter today and every day.
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While it's not easy being green, Jefferson Lab's sustainable purchasing practices garnered a gold level GreenBuy Award from DOE, recognizing excellence in sustainable acquisition! Through participation in this program, Jefferson Lab leverages the federal government's purchasing dollars to achieve mission goals, while improving the marketplace for greener products and reducing the environmental impact of our operations. goo.gl/3cK71N
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We are one month away from Jefferson Lab's 2018 Open House! Visit our website for more info: jlab.org/openhouse
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About 90 new teachers attended Region II Teacher's Night, a combination pep rally, networking, and science demonstration event that helps arm teachers with new and fun ways, and even materials, to teach scientific concepts in the classroom. goo.gl/8djmYH
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Science Steve leads a popular Physics Fest presentation for an auditorium packed full of students who are learning about STEM fields today and the excitement and challenges they have to offer.
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Our free sign language science camp is now accepting registrations! Jefferson Lab’s annual summer science camp for deaf and hard-of-hearing youth and siblings offers explorations in science through lessons held via American Sign Language and voice/sign language. goo.gl/kQSjBq
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Today we celebrate the 275th anniversary of the birth of our lab's namesake, Thomas Jefferson. His curiosity fueled an interest in agriculture, paleontology, and astronomy that led hm to be recognized not only as a statesman, but as a scientist!
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Jefferson Lab welcomes Virginia Region II middle and upper elementary school teachers to our annual Teacher Night! Enthusiastic educators will be sharing their favorite classroom activities with other teachers from the Hampton Roads area, geared to help teach energy conservation, diffraction, and more!
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