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Los Alamos Neutron Science Center is the major experimental science facility at Los Alamos National Laboratory, underpinning the Laboratory as a world-class scientific institution.

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Precise proton beam takes aim at cancer

LANSCE research

Collaborative work by Intelligence & Space Research (ISR)- and Physics (P)- Division researchers recognized as outstanding presentation by the Nuclear & Space Radiation Effects Conference (NSREC) awards committee. The work, “Energy-dependent single-event effects in power MOSFETs from a broad-spectrum neutron beam,” by Joshua Pritts (lead author, ISR-3), Steve Wender (P-2), Jeffrey George (ISR-1), Thomas Fairbanks (ISR-4), and John O’Donnell (P-2),” was named the Outstanding Data Workshop Presentation for the 2020 NSREC. In the presentation the researchers demonstrated an approach to extract the energy-dependent single-event-effect cross sections from a broad-spectrum pulsed neutron beam using time-of-flight techniques. The work relied on the unique capabilities of the ICE House at LANSCE. The paper will be cited in the 2021 April issue of Transactions on Nuclear Science. 

LANSCE publications

LANSCE 21st Century Deterrence

Activity Reports

LANSCE-Report-2019-Cover-thumbnail.png  LANSCE 2018 Run Cycle Report (pdf)

LANSCE Annual 2015 Activity Report (pdf)

A Strategy for LANSCE Futures

LANSCE-Futures-Report-Cover-thumbnail.png LANSCE Futures (pdf)

Isotope Production Facility

Proton Radiography

Nuclear Science