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The Nuclear Science Advisory Committee “provides official advice to the Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) on the national program for basic nuclear science research.” The sitting chair of the NUCL division, usually serves as an ex-officio member of the NSAC.


NSAC Meeting – November 17, 2014

NSAC met in Rockville, MD on Monday, November 17 to discuss to hear reports from the Nuclear Science Funding Agencies and operating facilities. Also, the committee discussed the Long Range Plan (LRP) and the activities of the Writing Group. As …

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DOE Isotope Program LRP

The NUCL division has been contacted by Larry Cardman, Chair of the Nuclear Science Advisory Subcommittee on Isotopes to determine the research needs of our community for stable and radioactive isotopes. The committee is specifically seeking input for the Long …

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Nuclear Physics Research Opporunities and Priorities Long Range Plan

NSAC received a charge on April 23, 2014 to develop the next Long Range Plan (LRP) outlining the Research Opportunities and Priorities over the next decade for the field of Nuclear Science. The LRP is due in October 2015, and …

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NSAC Meeting – June 30, 2014

NSAC met in Rockville, MD on Monday, June 30 to review the subcommittee report on "Assessment of Workforce Development Needs". The committee also heard a summary of the Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel (P5) Report and an update on the …

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NSAC Meeting – April 24-25, 2014

NSAC met in Bethesda, MD April 24-25, 2014 to review subcommittee reports on "NNSA Development of Mo-99 Domestic Supply" and "Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay". The committee also received three new charges: "Assessment of Workforce Development Needs" "Isotope Research and Production …

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