FRIB In the News

Capitalize on FRIB cooperation (editorial)

, The Lansing State Journal

The $730 million Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, under construction at MSU and expected to be fully operational in 2021, ensures the university will be at the forefront of rare isotope research for years to come. The facility also will draw world-class scientists here from around the world to conduct their research. And it will encourage entrepreneurs to locate here to capitalize on the science and the highly trained human capital.

High-tech business brings opportunity to Lansing

, Greater Lansing Business Monthly

MSU’s NSCL, FRIB, and high-tech businesses are the starting point for an ambitious initiative to broaden the Lansing region’s nuclear industry footprint. To the economic development leaders, this compact foundation is an opportunity for new cutting-edge businesses and high-paying jobs.

Lansing's becoming the Silicon Valley of particle acceleration

, Lansing State Journal

Proponents of the capital region say the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, or FRIB, a $730 million project funded primarily by the U.S. Department of Energy and being built at Michigan State University, creates an opportunity to make Lansing the particle accelerator capital of the country.

Stellar idea: ORNL physicist aims for the stars with JENSA system

, Newswise

SuperORRUBA detectors will play a big role in the JENSA experiment at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory. It will form the main target for the proposed SEparator for CApture Reactions at the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams.