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Cornell’s Newman Laboratory celebrates 75 years of particle physics research

The Newman Laboratory is a research facility located on the Cornell University campus in Ithaca, New York. It is part of the Department of Physics and is named after Professor Harold A. Newman, who was a faculty member and researcher in the department for many years.


In the video below, faculty in the department of Physics address the impact Newman Lab research has had on the field of particle physics over the past 75 years.

In addition to its research activities, the Newman Laboratory also plays an important role in training the next generation of scientists. Graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from around the world come to the laboratory to gain experience in cutting-edge research techniques and to work alongside some of the top scientists in their fields.

Overall, the Newman Laboratory is an important hub for scientific research and discovery on the Cornell University campus, and its contributions have helped to advance our understanding of the world around us.