The U.S. Department of Energy’s Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility will hold an open house on June 8 at the Newport News facility, 12000 Jefferson Avenue.
The free event allows people of all ages to explore Jefferson Lab’s world-class research facility. Attendees can take tours of the lab’s facilities, hands-on activities and interactive demonstrations.
“It’s been nearly six years since our last open house. We’re thrilled to once again open our doors to the public for this truly special event,” said Jefferson Lab Chief Communications Officer Lauren Hansen.
Some of the popular tour stops include portions of the unique Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility. More than 1,800 scientists from around the world carry out research with CEBAF to understand the basic building blocks of matter. Members of the public will also be able to enter active research and development centers, cryogenic facilities and our supercomputing center.
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