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Gelbke.jpgFrom MSU Today: The National Science Foundation has awarded the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University more than $100 million to fund operations through 2011, highlighting the lab’s status as a world-leading nuclear science facility.

Konrad Gelbke, NSCL director and University Distinguished Professor, joins us to talk about the NSCL’s research that is pushing the frontiers of knowledge in rare isotope science, training the nation’s next generation of nuclear scientists, and attracting undergraduate students to basic science.

Hosted by Russ White.

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