Resources for FRIB Users

The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams has a number of resources available for members of the FRIB Users Organization. The available resources include:

  • FRIB logo: The FRIB logo design consists of overlapping circles symbolizing protons and neutrons (collectively known as nucleons) in an atomic nucleus. The white/gray, overlapping circle represents the facility itself and has squares representing the buildings, existing and planned, that will merge into FRIB. Note: This is the current logo, and older versions should no longer be used. 

    • Download a jpg version of the logo here

  • Architectural rendering: This architectural rendering shows the baselined conventional facilities design of the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams. Note: It is baselined July 2018, updated to include two MSU-funded additions now under construction. 

    • Download a jpg version of the architectural rendering here.
  • Standard overview slides: These are to be used as a presentation skeleton, in segments according to relevancy, updated at least every three months.

  • Fact sheets: These are short, one- to two-page informational sheets about the FRIB Project, updated at least every month.

  • Quarterly construction progress slides: These are photo images of construction site progress from various angles, updated at least every three months.

  • Construction progress timelapse slides: These are photo images of construction site progress (August 2012-present), updated at least every three months

  • FRIB informational videos: There are two versions of this FRIB informational video available online. For downloadable files, please contact FRIB Communications.
    • The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) at MSU: This is the full video created by MSU that explains FRIB to a general audience. It is available on YouTube.
    • FRIB animation: This is the animated segment of the above video that shows how the linear accelerator will produce rare isotopes. It is available on YouTube.

Please contact communications@frib.msu.edu to request the materials.