Maryland Day 2012
The Joint Quantum Institute participated in the annual Maryland Day event on April 28, 2012. Every year tens of thousands of visitors flock to UMD to learn about the university and its’ affiliates. This year, in spite of the cool weather and occasional rain, MD day attracted about 65,000 people. The JQI presented three demos on the lawn outside of the Physics Building. JQI thanks all the volunteers that made this event possible!
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