MIT’s Lab for Nuclear Science offers its employees many great resources and features unmatched by most employers. In addition to being surrounded by some of the most talented faculty and students in the world, MIT offers employee benefits including generous health and dental, tuition assistance, a children's scholarship program, a traditional defined contribution pension plan and optional 401(k).
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Theoretical physicist William Detmold unlocks the mysteries of quarks, gluons, and their “strong interactions” at the subatomic level.
Longtime MIT physicist and mentor created instruments that advanced high-energy physics, including the Nobel Prize-winning discovery of the J particle.
Bernstein was a member of the Hadronic Physics Group in the Laboratory for Nuclear Science, and a longtime anti-nuclear weapons activist.
A new analysis puts dark matter back in the game as a possible source of energy excess at the galactic center.
James Collins, Pablo Jarillo-Herrero, and Richard Milner have won top prizes for their work.
Matthew Evans, Joseph Formaggio, Markus Klute, and Anne White are named MIT’s newest APS fellows for their contributions to physics.