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The Nuclear Science Division conducts basic research aimed at understand= ing the structure and interactions of nuclei and the forces of nature as ma= nifested in nuclear matter =E2=80=93 topics that align the Division with th= e national program as elucidated in the 2007 U.S. Nuclear Science Long Rang= e Plan.
The Division has major programs in low energy nuclear science, including= nuclear structure physics, studies of the heaviest elements, exotic nuclei= and light radioactive beams, weak interactions, and nuclear reactions; rel= ativistic heavy ion physics; nuclear theory; nuclear astrophysics and neutr= ino properties; data evaluation; and advanced instrumentation. The Division= also operates the 88-Inch Cyclotron. The 88-Inch Cyclotron is the home of = the Berkeley Accelerator Space Effects Facility (BASEF) and supports a loca= l research program in nuclear science. The Nuclear Science Division continu= es to exploit new opportunities to enable cutting edge science and provides= for science education of the general public and students at all levels.