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The MoNA Collaboration

The MoNA project is a collaboration between ten colleges and universities to construct a highly efficient large-area neutron detector for the detection of high-energy neutrons to be used in experiments with fast rare isotopes at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory. The project is funded by the National Science Foundation.

The members of the collaboration are

Undergraduate Research

The Collaboration is committed to involving undergraduates in significant parts of the experiemntal program at the MoNA facility. Most of the Collaboration member institutions are primarily undergradate schools. Undergraduates helped construct and test MoNA. They continue to participate in experiments during runs and through data analysis.


The MoNA project was made possible by funding from the National Science Foundation under grants
PHY-0110253, PHY-0132367, PHY-0132405, PHY-0132434, PHY-0132438,
PHY-0132507, PHY-0132532, PHY-0132567, PHY-0132641, and PHY-0132725.

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