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DDG – Lab

The Detector Development Group (DDG LAB Frascati INFN), has long been involved (since 1985) in the R&D, design and manufacturing of classical gaseous detectors, such as wire tubes operated in proportional or streamer mode (1985-1990), RPC with glass electrodes (1991-1994), large drift chamber (1995-1997) and Micro-Pattern-Gaseous-Detector (MPGDs –since 2000) for large high energy physics experiments.

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In the LAMPS laboratory, research is being conducted on superconductors, magnetic materials and related systems using magnetic and electric transport tools with cryogenic equipments able to study the dynamic behaviour of these materials under conditions of extreme temperature and magnetic field in order to understand fundamental properties such as electrical conductivity and magnetic susceptibility.

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LEMRAP (Laboratory for Environmental and Medical RAdiation Physics) is active in the design, simulation, functionalization and testing of detectors for ionizing radiation in the nuclear, environmental, medical, industrial and research fields. It operates through projects funded by INFN or technology transfer actions.

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‘Nanoscience EXperiments for Technologies’ is the nanoscience laboratory at LNF. Since 2000, with their works, researchers at the NEXT Group have gained a strong and recognized expertise in the synthesis and engineering of nanostructured carbon materials such as carbon nanotubes, graphene nanoplatelets and realization of “twisted sheets of nanotubes” called buckypapers.

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It is a laboratory dedicated to characterization, design and modeling of the space segment of Satellite Laser Ranging, i. e. the accurate measurement, obtained by laser pulses, of the position of bodies equipped with special laser retroreflectors: artificial satellites, the Moon and, in the near future, even other planets, other moons, asteroids and comets. The SCF_Lab is a laboratory renowned for its scientific and technological  capabilities and it collaborates with NASA, ASI (the Italian space agency), ESA (the European space agency) and ISRO (the Indian space agency) in research projects regarding the solar system.

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X-Lab Frascati

The Frascati XLab (XlabF) offers the possibility of conducting experiments with analytical techniques based on the use of X-rays, such as Tomography, Diffractometry and Fluorescence. Given the versatility of the techniques used, the interdisciplinary areas that are involved include cultural heritage, biology, geology and industry, for example the automotive industry.

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