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Damages from the Tohoku Pacific offshore earthquake
There were no damages to the accelerator. However, for safety check reason as well as for securing electricity power, its operation will be stopped for the time being. We are sorry to cause any inconvenience to the experimenters.
Nishina Center has sent radiation experts to the affected site.【2011.4.6】
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Discovery of large deformation of very neutron-rich 32Ne nucleus (July 15, 2009)
 A beam 100 times stronger than any other in the world has allowed an international research group headed by the researchers from the RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-Based Science (RNC) to demonstrate in only eight hours what it would take other scientists more than six months to achieve. It is the first big experimental achievement using the Radioactive Isotope Beam Factory (RIBF) at RNC.

Flash Report on the first outcome from RIKEN RI beam factory commissioned on March 27, 2007 [PDF]
  Discovery of a very neutron-rich new isotope Pd 125 (N=79, Z=46)

■On Mar. 23 (Fri.) at 21:00, uranium beam was extracted from the Superconducting Ring Cyclotron (SRC).
   A uranium 86+ beam was accelerated by the SRC, which is the last of the multi-stage accelerators of the RIBF, up to 345 MeV/nucleon. We passed another critical milestone in the history of cyclotrons.

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"Yoshio Nishina's and Japanese pioneers' developments in particle accelerators and their applications"
Date : May 23(Sun),2010
Time : 10:00~16:00
Venue : Main Hall, Kyoto International Conference Center

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