Facility for Rare Isotope Beams

MEDC Approves Aid For Projects Totaling $133.6M Investment, 406 JobsThe Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced Michigan Strategic Fund approval of economic development and community revitalization projects that in total will generate $133.6 million in new capital investment and create 406 new jobs in Michigan. Included is support for Detroit's M1 Rail project, a replacement for Joe Louis Arena and a new half-billion-dollar atom smasher at Michigan State University.
MSU Atom Smasher, Ann Arbor Tech Center, Other Projects Win State SupportThe Michigan Economic Development Corp. Tuesday announced state approval of economic development projects that will create 1,444 new jobs in Michigan and result in $362 million in business spending in the state.
US Senate Panel OKs Next Step In $550M MSU 'FRIB' ProjectThe U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee has approved $55 million for the next step in the development of a $550 million physics research project at Michigan State University.
MSU Board To Vote On Phase Of $600M FRIBThe Michigan State University Board of Trustees meets Friday to consider whether to go ahead with construction of a new phase of a $600 million federally backed physics research center.
MSU Gets Support For Atom Smasher FundingMichigan State University says it's gotten key backing in the fight to retain federal financial support for a $600 million physics research center.
LEAP Creates 'Accelerator Region' Work GroupWednesday, a group of business leaders who are in support of Michigan State University’s Facility for Rare Isotope Beams as well as other particle and laser technologies came together to develop plans to better advance these regional assets.
Tech Tour Day Eight: Super Spartans The great thing about Michigan State University is that I could do Tech Tours from now until Doomsday and they'd never run out of cool things to show me.
Michigan State Steps Up Project Pace For Atom SmasherMichigan State University is picking up the pace on plans for hosting a $615 million nuclear research center.
Michigan State Hosts Top Labs' Nuclear ScientistsMichigan State University says 220 top nuclear scientists from around the world are coming to the East Lansing campus for a three-day meeting starting Thursday.
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