Information related to the 2023 Nuclear Science Advisory Committee Long Range Plan for Nuclear Science
- A New Era of Discovery: The 2023 Long Range Plan for Nuclear Science (PDF) – version 1.3 (November 7, 2023)
- Approved by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)/National Science Foundation (NSF) Nuclear Science Advisory Committee (NSAC) on October 4, 2023
- Press release announcing release of 2023 Long Range Plan for Nuclear Science (October 4, 2023)
- Nuclear Physics Day on Capitol Hill (November 8, 2023)
- 2023 Long Range Plan for Nuclear Science fact sheet (PDF)
- Testimonials from Nuclear Physics Day on Capitol Hill participants
Nuclear scientists from across the United States participated 8 November in a Nuclear Physics Day on Capitol Hill to inform elected officials and their staff about the 2023 Long Range Plan for Nuclear Science. The plan, released in October 2023, provides a road map for advancing the nation’s nuclear science research over the next decade. It highlights scientific opportunities for maintaining world leadership and training the workforce.
- Nationwide Update on the Long Range Plan for Nuclear Science events (October 6, 2023)
- Address by Dr. Gail Dodge, Nuclear Science Advisory Committee chair (recorded Zoom webinar presentation)
- Reactions: Articles and press releases
- 21 sites that hosted events
- Argonne National Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Case Western Reserve University, Duke University, Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, Florida International University, Florida State University, George Washington University, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Stony Brook University, Texas A&M University, UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Notre Dame, University of South Carolina, University of Washington, Virginia Tech, and Yale University
- Photos of events
- Preparation of the 2023 Long Range Plan for Nuclear Science
For questions or concerns, please contact Gail Dodge at email@example.com.