Founded in 1957, IMP, with more than 900 staff and over 400 students, has become the most important research center for heavy-ion science and technology in China.
Researchers at IMP and Xiamen University have lately investigated the post-glitch relaxation of the Vela glitch in 2000. The results have been published in The Astrophysical Journal. Learn more
In a recent theoretical work published in Physical Review Letters, researchers at IMP and their collaborator suggests probing helium dimer by relativistic highly charged projectiles.Learn more
Researchers at IMP have conducted a study on production of 211At, which is an excellent radionuclide being investigated for use in targeted alpha therapy.Learn more