FRIB News

Leaning into uncertainty

Leaning into uncertainty

When it comes to nuclei and neutron stars, we have to account for what we don’t know, says FRIB's Witold Nazarewicz. To that end, he and collaborators published a reminder of sorts in the journal Physical Review Letters. Read More

A doubly magic discovery

A doubly magic discovery

The National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory and FRIB at MSU have solved a nuclear mystery thanks to collaboration between theorists and experimentalists—with an assist from Albert Einstein Read More

Stress-testing physics at FRIB

Stress-testing physics at FRIB

Kaitlin Cook, an assistant professor of nuclear physics at FRIB, is creating new ways to study gentle nuclear reactions with fragile nuclei to further our understanding of science and medicine with the power of FRIB. Read More