The Sanford Lab Homestake in Lead, South Dakota is home to one of the most advanced astrophysics facilities in the United States, and was once America's largest active gold mine. Researchers at the Sanford Lab explore some of the most challenging questions facing 21st century physics, such as the origin of matter, the nature of dark matter and the properties of neutrinos. C&G Partners' Keith Helmetag and his team have designed a permanent exhibit, signage and brand collateral for the new Visitor Center.
The facility is also the site where Nuclear chemist Ray Davis conducted the 2002 Nobel-Prize-winning neutrino experiment. Today the lab hosts experiments in other disciplines—including geology, biology and engineering. A large portion of the Lab is located a mile underground and impossible to visit by the wider public.
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