|Tour the JRM Lab|
|Take a Virtual Tour of the Lab!|
virtual tour of the James R. Macdonald Laboratory! Click on the
image at left and explore the Tandem, Linac, CRYEBIS or any other part of
the lab. Panoramic imagery and descriptive text are hyperlinked together
to provide a fun and educational visit to the lab from the wherever you are.
Shown at left is a still image from the tour showing the CRYEBIS on its high-voltage platform and its associated electronics.
The panoramic images require installing the iMove (formerly SmoothMove) plug-in. Unfortunately iMove, having been supplanted by QuickTime VR, is no longer supported. The desktop viewer program works, but the plug-ins do not work in the latest web browsers.
|Take a Real-Life Tour of the Lab!|
|We are happy to give guided tours of the Macdonald Laboratory
to interested parties. Tours of the lab last approximately one
hour and require walking and standing most of that time. The
lab is wheelchair accessible with assistance from laboratory
staff. Maximum group size is 20 persons and we prefer that
children be of at least middle-school age. Tour requests should
be submitted at least two weeks prior to the tour date if possible.
To request a tour, complete the form below and a Macdonald Laboratory staff member will contact you. If you have questions, please contact Charles Fehrenbach.
The items labeled in red are required information.
|Last updated on Monday, 02-Jun-2008.|