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Searching for Dark Photons across the Atlantic

A group of Cornell Laboratory for Accelerator-based Sciences and Education (CLASSE) physicists, coming from Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA, went to BTF at the National Laboratory of Frascati to develop a new detector with capabilities to chase a new possible particle: dark photon, one possible manifestation of dark matter, potentially produced in electron-positron annihilations.

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70 High school students at INSPYRE 2017

From February 13th to the 17th, the National Laboratory of Frascati is hosting the 7th edition of INSPYRE – International School on Modern Physics and Research. This year the topic of this international school for High School students from all over Europe is the Space Frontier.

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Gihan Kamel: from DAFNE to SESAME

Gihan Kamel, the only woman in the scientific staff of SESAME, studied in Italy before getting to the particle accelerator that is going to start running in a few weeks in Jordan.

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A tribute to Rodolfo Bonifacio

Prof. Rodolfo Bonifacio died, aged 76, few days ago in Rome. Since many years he was Associated Emeritus to the National Laboratory of Frascati. He leaves us a legacy of strong passion for physics and for scientific challenges.

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