Leticia Shaddix

Axion space

Flashback Friday: In February 2018, scientists working on quantum sensor R&D to search for axion dark matter rejoice in their new space in Lab B. Among them is the late, great Alvin Tollestrup, second from right. people Photo: Leticia Shaddix

Flashback Friday: In February 2018, scientists working on a project to search for axions rejoice in their new space in Lab B. Among them is the late, great Alvin Tollestrup, second from the right.

These four pressure-tested this vessel to check for leaks and certify it for use. This is the pressure-containing vessel for a new liquid-argon bubble chamber being constructed by the SBC collaboration. The vessel will be used for coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering detection at a reactor after taking calibration data underground at NuMI. An identical chamber will be built at SNOLAB to search for WIMPs as well. From left: TJ Whitis, Matt Bressler, Rocco Coppejans, Eric Dahl. people, bubble chamber, Photo: Leticia Shaddix

These four pressure-tested this vessel to check for leaks and certify it for use. This is the pressure-containing vessel for a new liquid-argon bubble chamber being constructed by the SBC collaboration. The vessel will be used for coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering detection at a reactor after taking calibration data underground at NuMI. An identical chamber will be built at SNOLAB to search for WIMPs as well. From left: TJ Whitis, Matt Bressler, Rocco Coppejans, Eric Dahl.

Humberto Gonzalez (on right) of the PPD Detector Development and Operations Departments at SiDet helps visitor Caleb Fangmeier, a graduate research assistant from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, hook up the vacuum that will be used for the pick-n-place step in the assembly of this gantry. The gantry will be used for assembling CMS timing layer modules. people, CMS Photo: Leticia Shaddix

Humberto Gonzalez (on right) of the PPD Detector Development and Operations Departments at SiDet helps visitor Caleb Fangmeier, a graduate research assistant from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, hook up the vacuum that will be used for the pick-n-place step in the assembly of this gantry. The gantry will be used for assembling CMS timing layer modules.