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NUCLEUS GAME

This game allows to better understand and illustrate the radioactive decay and the path of transformation of radioactive nuclei into stable nuclei. 

THE BILLOTRON

The Billotron illustrates the methods with which physicists of the infinitely small are able to study the elementary structures of matter, here the nucleus of the atom.

THE MUOSCOPE

The Muoscope is a muon detector entirely realized in the laboratory from detection elements of an old detector (TONNERRE). 

KIKOIKES

Based on the principle of the game “Who’s who? This game, based on the principle of the game “Who is it?”, here the identification of particles and nuclei (15 cards), was presented at the 2014 science fair.

Chart of nuclei in LEGO, 3D

Cosmic radiation

THE FOG CHAMBER

Invented in 1912, it was the first particle detector in history and its inventor, C.T.R. Wilson, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1927 for its realization!

THE GALATRON

The laboratory has realized a “hydrogen telescope”, intended for the general public (Fête de la Science and loan in high schools). This hydrogen telescope is based on the detection of radio waves at a frequency of 1420.4 MHz.

Intensité de la raie hydrogène mesurée à l'aide du Galatron dans le planisphère galactique. On observe une forte accumulation dans le plan galactique (b=0) comme attendu.

IMMERSION ON THE SAMOURAI EXPERIENCE

3D modeling of the site of the SAMOURAI experience in RIKEN, Japan.

CODE NAME : E605S

This film allows you to better understand the different stages of assembly and disassembly of a nuclear physics experiment carried out between April and May 2011 at GANIL in Caen. 

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