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In the Fermi Tradition

The collaboration of scientists found In Experiment #98 in the NAL Muon Area brings the Fermi tradition close to the Laboratory. The experimenters came from the University of Chicago (several were Fermi associates). Harvard University, Oxford University, and the University of Illinois. Before their experiment began to collect data, they posed under the magnet of the cyclotron built at the University of Chicago under Fermi's direction and moved to NAL in 1972.


They are (L-R) front: L. Mo (Univ. of Chicago), S. Pordes (Harvard), H. Anderson (Chicago), R. Wilson (Harvard), I. Kirkbrlde (Oxford), W. Francis (Illinois). Second row: D. Shambroom (Harvard), T. Kirk (Illinois), R. Helsterberg (Chicago), R. Fine (Chicago), C. Wright (Chicago), F. Pipkin (Harvard), V. Bharadwaj (Oxford), H. Mails (Chicago), A. Skuja (Oxford), L. Verhey (Harvard). Back row: L. Myrianthopoulos (Chicago), A. Loomis (Harvard). Missing from photo: W. Williams, N. Booth, T. Quirk (all of Oxford).