Wednesday, July 11, 2007

South Dakota Science and Technology Authority -

South Dakota Science and Technology Authority -:

"The University of California at Berkeley, on behalf of the Homestake Collaboration, submitted the Homestake Conceptual Design Proposal to the NSF last January, 2007."

"In 2002, Dr. Ray Davis received the prize for work conducted over the course of many years. Davis proved that fusion is what provides the energy from the sun. His experiment at Homestake measured solar neutrino flux. "

A fact that is not mentioned in any of the articles is that South Dakota's first Nobel Prize winner, E.O. Lawrence put Berkeley on the physics world map when he went there and invented the cyclotron. The Lawrence-Berkeley Lab is named after him.


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