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First appointment with SeminarIndustriali 2019

SAVE THE DATE: 28th of May 2019 h 10:00 – Aula Salvini Industrial seminar “Magnets and vacuum: Accelerator technologies for an open laboratory” The Frascati National Laboratories (LNF) of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) carry out an intense activity of technological research whose products offer applications in different areas of both social and industrial interest, as well as in fundamental research.

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The Vice Minister Fioramonti in visit at LNF

On the 6th of May the Honorable Prof. Lorenzo Fioramonti, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research (MIUR), visited Frascati National Laboratories, particularly the Experimental Hall of DAFNE accelerator and its Control Room, and experienced the Visitor Centre dissemination tour.

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Waiting for the “GIRO D’ITALIA” @ LNF

The 2019 edition of the Giro d’Italia brings with it a plenty of initiatives in the spirit of Science and Technology. Frascati National Laboratories participates with a special open-day and a rich program of guided tours. Appointment on Friday 12th of April 2019 from 2.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the framework of the event “Scienza In Giro”.

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First collisions at SuperKEKB

On March 25 11:44 CET, 2019, electron-positron collisions have restarted at the SuperKEKB collider at the KEK laboratory in Tsukuba (Japan). The Belle II experiment has now kicked off its physics data taking with a fully equipped detector.

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High-intensity magnets for DAFNE

The new quadrupoles for the DAFNE collider interaction section are ready to be installed on the machine. These magnets will provide focusing the beams interacting in the vertical plane and are very important to enable e+e– colliders to reach high luminosities. 

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LHCb explores the secrets of antimatter

For the first time LHCb measured the difference between matter and antimatter in D0 mesons, particles composed of a charm quark and an up antiquark. The difference in the behaviour of matter and antimatter, known as CP violation, is one of the key processes to understand why the Universe

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