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Katya Gilbo , Laura Rothgeb , and Nathaniel Hlavin presenting their research results at the American Physical Society Division of Nuclear Physics Conference in East Lansing, Michigan.

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Katya Gilbo, Laura Rothgeb, and Nathaniel Hlavin presenting their research results at the American Physical Society Division of Nuclear Physics Conference in East Lansing, Michigan.

Katya Gilbo discusses with Dr. Peter Jacobs from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (left) and Prof. Garth Huber from the University of Regina/Canada (right) about her research

Dr. Rolf Ent (Director for physics at the Jefferson National Laboratory) and Dr. Brad Sherill (Chief Scientist at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory) explain how a spectrometer magnet is built on a private tour of the NSCL

Katya Gilbo, Laura Rothgeb, Nathaniel Hlavin, and fellow undergraduate student Kevin Wood from the University of South Carolina who also worked on the kaon aerogel project

Top: Brad Sherill explains the similarities of the NSCL spectrometers to those at JLab

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