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Cyclotron Facility

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Overview:

The Cyclotron Facility was a physics research laboratory located at far north end of the Indiana University Campus in Bloomington, at 2425 N Milo B Sampson Ln. It became operational in 1976 They provided a multitude of services for IU and the community at large. They acted as the high energy proton supplier for MPRI and radiation effects research. They develop and construct detectors for other research labs.

The facility was closed on December 5, 2014.

Former Projects:

MPRI. Alpha electron ring. Low Energy Neutron Source.

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