Closeup of a next-generation detector in its mount, fabricated at Texas A&M University by high-energy physicist Rupak Mahapatra and his team for use in the SuperCDMS SNOLAB experiment seeking evidence for dark matter. (Credit: Rupak Mahapatra.)

Texas A&M Physicists Receive DOE Grant for Detector Research and Development

Jul 30, 2021
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Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm