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World's Most Sensitive Dark Matter Detector Completes Search
At a conference in the United Kingdom, scientists with the LUX dark matter experiment present results from the detector’s final 20-month run.
Deep Talks: 1.8 Billion Years of Geologic History
An isolated mountain range that formed nearly 2 billion years ago, the Black Hills of South Dakota carry a rich and complex geologic history. Join Mr.
Deep Talks: Making and installing the world?s purest copper
Building the Majorana Demonstrator requires using the world’s purest copper. But copper that pure can’t be purchased in a store or ordered online.
Pulitzer Prize-winning authors to speak at BHSU
For more information, contact Steve Meeker at Black Hills State University, 605-642-6288
Making big science work: Behind the scenes of Sanford Lab?s experiments
Scientists at the Sanford Underground Research Facility (Sanford Lab) work deep underground to answer big questions about the universe. And that work requires a lot of support.
World?s most sensitive dark matter detector gets better
LEAD, S.D. — The Large Underground Xenon (LUX) dark matter experiment, which operates nearly a mile underground at the Sanford Underground Research Facility (Sanford Lab) in the Bl
Sanford Lab Science Director to speak at first-ever Nobel Day in Lead
Every Dec. 10, the Nobel Foundation presents the Nobel Prizes at an elaborate event in Stockholm, Sweden.
U.S. Department of Energy finds no significant environmental impact from proposed Illinois/South Dakota project
For information on the LBNF/DUNE activities, contact:
South Dakota Community Foundation Invests $2 Million in Upcoming Sanford Underground Research Facility Project
CONTACT: Stephanie Judson, South Dakota Community Foundation president, 605.222.3111 or firstname.lastname@example.org;