1. Supersensitive Liquid Xenon Experiment for Direct Dark Matter Detection, Elena Aprile and Chuck Hailey, Columbia University

  2. End Game of Solar Neutrinos: The Proton-Proton Program, R.S. Raghavan, Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies

  3. A Dedicated Facility for Laboratory Astrophysics Using High Intensity Particle and Photon Beams, Pisin Chen, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

  4. The Rare Isotope Accelerator, Michael Wiescher, University of Notre Dame, Hendrik Schatz, Michigan State University, and Guy Savard, Argonne National Laboratory

  5. Microarcsecond Imaging of Jets and Black Holes at Gamma-Ray Energies with Fresnel Lens Optics, Neil Gehrels, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, and Gerald K. Skinner, Centre d’Etude Spatiale des Rayonnements

  6. High Pressure Solar Neutrino Time Projection Chamber Detector, Giovanni Bonvicini, Wayne State University

  7. Astrophysical Simulation Institute, Wai-Mo Suen, Washington University

  8. Fundamental Physics from High-Precision Lunar Laser-Ranging, T. Murphy, Jr., E. Adelberger, C. Stubbs, and J. Strasburg, University of Washington, K. Nordtvedt, Northwest Analysis, J. Williams and J. Dickey, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

  9. HYBRID Neutrino Detector, Kenneth Lande, University of Pennsylvania

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