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May 16 - 18, 2018
Summer School: "Neutron Star Mergers for Non-Experts: GW170817 in the Multi-Messenger Astronomy and FRIB Eras" -- Facility for Rare Isotopes Beams, Michigan State University, Michigan

May 21 - 22, 2018
Frontiers in Nuclear Astrophysics: Junior Workshop -- University of Notre Dame

May 23 - 25, 2018
Frontiers in Nuclear Astrophysics: Conference -- University of Notre Dame

June 11 - 15, 2018
Burst Environment, Reactions and Numerical Modelling Workshop 2018 (BERN18) -- Prato, Italy

June 18 - 22nd, 2018
NIC XV School -- Assergi, Italy

June 24 - 29, 2018
15th International Symposium on Nuclei in the Cosmos -- Assergi, Italy

August 20 - 22, 2018
Radionuclide Astronomy in the 2020s and Beyond (RA2020) Workshop -- Los Alamos National Lab


Mon, April 23rd @ 4pm EST
Nuclear Physics Seminar: Jeffery Blackmon -- Jeffrey Blackmon (Louisiana State University) @UND


Physics of Atomic Nuclei (PAN) Program
A free residential summer camp for high school students (at University of Notre Dame or at Michigan State University) and science teachers (at MSU only).
The program introduces participants to the fundamentals of the extremely small domain of atomic nuclei and its connection to the extremely large domain of astrophysics and cosmology.

Art 2 Science Summer Camp
The Art 2 Science camp is an extension of our after-school programs which seek to ignite stellar imaginations through an integrated STEAM approach to learning. Participants will learn about math, science, and engineering through creative hands-on projects including art projects.   Website


Science magazine highlights JINA-CEE r-process paper

The Formation of the Heaviest Elements

Scientists Livestream Discussion About Future Research Directions For Nuclear Science Following Gravitational Wave Discovery

Connecting the Dots: From Nucleosynthesis in Early Massive Stars to the Elemental Abundances of the Most Iron-Poor Stars

November issue of our JINA-CEE newsletter

The r Process in the Era of Gravitational Waves

Students in right place, right time witness first-ever detected neutron star collision

Chinese Academy of Sciences hosts JINA R-matrix workshop

Nuclear experimentalists, theorists, and astrophysicists constrain reaction rates necessary for understanding how massive stars explode

Improvements for exotic beam experiments at TwinSol

JINA-CEE is supported by the National Science Foundation
through the Physics Frontier Center Program

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