ISIS features in three-part series on accelerators

Wednesday 10 August 2016

The ISIS synchrotron. Credit: STFC

The ISIS synchrotron. Credit: STFC
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The Royal Institution has produced three short films about accelerator science as part of ‘Accelerators for humanity’, a project supported by an STFC Public Engagement Large Award. The first film, released today, explores what is needed to keep the ISIS particle accelerator running and the people that make it happen.

The film is available here.

It features our very own Accelerator Division Head, John Thomason, Electrical Engineer, Steve West, 3rd year Apprentice, Aaron Scott and Accelerator Physicist, Suzie Sheehy.

For more information on the Royal Institution, visit their website.

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