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IU announces research agreement to advance proton therapy tools for cancer treatment

IU Limestone Crest

A series of collaborative research agreements between Indiana University Cyclotron Operations, Indiana University Health Proton Therapy Center and ProNova Solutions aim to develop advanced proton therapy technologies, including a new pencil beam scanning nozzle. Full Story >>

IU, Osaka University researchers to focus on cancer-fighting proton therapy during symposium

Teruki Teshima

Physicists and radiation oncologists from Japan will visit Indiana University Bloomington May 25-26 as part of the Osaka University-Indiana University Scientific and Clinical Symposium at the Integrated Science and Accelerator Technology Hall and Indiana University Health Proton Therapy Center. Full Story >>

Cyclotron renaming, President's Medal to emeritus professor highlight rededication ceremony

IU Integrated Science & Accelerator Technology Hall

The Indiana University Board of Trustees on Thursday (April 14) will rededicate and rename the IU Cyclotron Facility as the Integrated Science and Accelerator Technology (ISAT) Hall. ISAT houses three distinct units -- the Center for Exploration of Energy and Matter (CEEM), IU Cyclotron Operations (IUCO) and the IU Health Proton Therapy Center (formerly Midwest Proton Radiotherapy Institute) -- that each rely in different ways on using beams of accelerated particles, including the proton beams created by the cyclotrons at ISAT Hall. Full Story >>

Physicist finds colder isn't always slower as electron emissions increase at temps down to -452 F

Hans-Otto Meyer

Science is detective work so it was not unexpected that new questions would follow old ones as Indiana University Bloomington nuclear physicist Hans-Otto Meyer's work progressed on testing a fundamental symmetry of nature that could lead to understanding the matter-antimatter asymmetry in the universe. But while searching for a non-zero separation of positive and negative charge inside a neutron (the symmetry-violating nEDM), Meyer ran into another mystery scientists have yet to explain. Full Story >>

New physics center, leadership announced for IU Cyclotron Facility


Indiana University today announced a restructuring at its IU Cyclotron Facility that creates a new physics research center and moves operational responsibility for the cyclotron to the Indiana University School of Medicine. Full Story >>

IU physicist's study of nucleon interactions funded for NIST lab

NIST Actuator

Indiana University nuclear physics professor Mike Snow's investigations into the weak interactions of low energy neutrons will advance using equipment funded by the IU Office of the Vice Provost for Research and then put into use at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Full Story >>