FSU: Physics team nets $4.5M NSF grant to further nuclear physics research

FSU: Physics team nets $4.5M NSF grant to further nuclear physics research

FSU: Physics team nets $4.5M NSF grant to further nuclear physics research

A team of Florida State University physicists has won a $4.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to probe deeper into the world of nuclear physics and nuclear astrophysics.

Physics Professors Ingo Wiedenhoever, Paul Cottle, Mark Riley, Samuel Tabor, Assistant Professor Sergio Almaraz-Calderon and research faculty Anthony Frawley operate the John D. Fox Superconducting Accelerator Laboratory at Florida State, which performs cutting-edge research in nuclear physics and nuclear astrophysics.

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