During the next three years the 6.2‐Bev Bevatron is to undergo extensive renovation at the University of California's Lawrence Radiation Laboratory. The planned modifications will permit the performance of a greater number and wider range of high‐energy experiments with the proton accelerator and are expected to improve the machine's over‐all efficiency and usefulness. The project, which will probably extend through the early part of 1964, will cost about $9.6 million (roughly the same as the original cost of the machine), and will be financed by the US Atomic Energy Commission.

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