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Jan. 24th 2pm Leslie Camilleri The Nevis Neutrino Program The experiments that the Nevis Neutrino group is involved in will be described, together with their relevance to the current state of Neutrino research Lunch at 1:30 pm NevisSemJan24.pdf
Feb. 28th 1pm Guillaume Plante Xenon : Searching for Dark Matter with Liquid Xenon Detectors Why is dark matter needed, how can we detect it (hopefully!), the XENON project and the contributions of the Nevis XENON group. Lunch at 12:30 pm  
Mar. 28th 1pm Andrew D. Harken An overview of RARAF From broad beams to microbeams, single proteins to small animals. Where we have been to where we are going. Lunch at 12:30 pm

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Tues

Apr. 16th

1pm Jose Alonso Pushing the envelope of Cyclotron Technology: From Medical Applications to Neutrino Sources.  

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Lunch at 12:30 pm

 
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Tues

Apr. 16th

2:30 pm Jose Alonso Pushing the envelope of Cyclotron Technology: From Medical Applications to Neutrino Sources.  

Tuesday.

Wine and cheese after the seminar

 
 
Apr. 25th 1pm Ken Miller Laboratory Astrochemistry From the early universe to the interstellar medium Lunch at 12:30 pm  

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