2022 News Archive

Facility for Rare Isotope Beams to open its doors to discovery

Facility for Rare Isotope Beams to open its doors to discovery

FRIB will open its doors to discovery with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on 2 May. U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm and Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., have invited guests to the event that will set the stage for beginning FRIB’s scientific mission. Read More

MSU feature highlights FRIB

MSU feature highlights FRIB

Michigan State University has a special feature looking at FRIB, including information on how FRIB produces isotopes, educates the next generation, and accelerates innovation. Read More

Hey neutrino. What’s the antimatter?

Hey neutrino. What’s the antimatter?

New theoretical research from FRIB could help answer looming questions about the ghost-like neutrino particle, including its mass and whether it is its own antiparticle. Read More

DOE-SC Office of Project Assessment holds FRIB CD-4 review 1-2 February

DOE-SC Office of Project Assessment holds FRIB CD-4 review 1-2 February

The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science (DOE-SC) Office of Project Assessment (OPA) held its last independent project review of FRIB 1-2 February. The purpose of the review was to evaluate the project’s readiness for attaining Critical Decision 4 (CD-4) (Approve Project Completion) by 30 June. Read More

MSU video features FRIB's Paul Guèye

MSU video features FRIB's Paul Guèye

Paul Guèye, an associate professor of nuclear physics at FRIB and in the Michigan State University (MSU) Department of Physics and Astronomy, is featured in a new MSU video: Excellence for Impact: Opening Doors to Discovery. Read More