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What does the invisible universe consist of?
What is dark matter?
What are the properties of neutrinos?
What are the states of matter in the early universe?
What is the structure of matter?

Wright Lab is advancing the frontiers of fundamental physics through a broad research program in nuclear, particle, and astrophysics that includes precision studies of neutrinos, searches for dark matter, investigations of the building blocks and interactions of matter, and observations of the early Universe.  The laboratory’s unique combination of on-site state-of-the-art research facilities, technical infrastructure, and interaction spaces supports innovative instrumentation development, hands-on research, and training the next generation of scientists. Wright Lab houses several Yale University core facilities that serve researchers across Yale’s Science Hill and beyond. 

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May 8, 2020
Wright Lab congratulates our graduating seniors in the class of 2020, including: Lukas Baker (Mathematics & Physics),  advisor Karsten Heeger Sam Borden (Physics (Int...
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April 24, 2020
We are pleased to welcome 32 new graduate students to our department and are looking forward to welcoming them to campus in the fall. The 2020 class of incoming students and...
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April 21, 2020
Wright Lab administrative support staff member Paula Farnsworth was featured in a Yale Daily News (YDN) article by Rose Horowitch, entitled Paula Farnsworth: Helping Yale go...

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With its on-site core facilities and research program, Wright Lab fosters cross-disciplinary research collaborations across Yale University and worldwide.  Wright Lab works with the Yale Center for Research Computing (YCRC) on novel solutions to the research computing challenges in nuclear, particle and astrophysics, and collaborates with the Yale Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics (YCAA) on understanding dark matter in the Universe. Quantum sensors and techniques jointly developed with the Yale Quantum Institute (YQI) are used for axion searches at Wright Lab. 

Wright Lab also has strong, interdisciplinary partnerships with the Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media, the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, and Yale Pathways to Science.

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Wright Laboratory gratefully acknowledges support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation; the Department of Energy, Office of Science, High Energy Physics and Nuclear Physicsthe Heising-Simons Foundation; the Krell Institute; the National Science Foundation; and Yale University.

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