From The Courier-News, May 23, 2017: A bison that Fermilab gave up for adoption by the Elgin Zoo now has a name.
From ChicagoInno, May 23, 2017: As part of the UChicago Innovation Fest, a panel of female scientists from UChicago, Fermilab and Argonne discussed the future of women in STEM.
From CERN Courier, May 19, 2017: Former Fermilab archivist and historian Adrienne Kolb recounts how, 50 years ago, U.S. physicists established a new laboratory and with it a new approach to carrying out frontier research in high-energy physics.
From the Kane County Chronicle, May 17, 2017: Geneva resident Jim Jenkins has been chosen as Fermilab’s third artist-in-residence, and has big plans for his tenure.
From Astronomy, May 4, 2017: Fermilab’s Dan Hooper sat down with Astronomy Editor-in-Chief Dave Eicher to discuss cutting-edge research into the unknowns of the universe.
From American Institute of Physics’ FYI, May 1, 2017: Lawmakers have reached an agreement on a fiscal year 2017 catchall spending package that includes annual appropriations and programmatic guidance for the science agencies through Sept. 30 of this year.
From CERN Courier, April 13, 2017: It took decades for dark matter to enter the lexicon of particle physics. Today, explaining the nature and abundance of dark matter is one of the most pressing problems in the field. Fermilab and University of Chicago’s Dan Hooper and University of Amsterdam’s Gianfranco Bertone review the 80-year history.
From SCOAP3, April 27, 2017: High-energy physics articles published in the three APS journals Physical Review C, Physical Review D and Physical Review Letters will be open-access as of January 2018.
From The Beacon-News, April 25, 2017: At the high-tech scientific center that is Fermilab in Batavia, Cleo Garcia has a unique job – herdsman.
From Nature, April 11, 2017: Fermilab’s Muon g-2 experiment will measure the muon’s magnetic moment with unparalleled precision, perhaps revealing unknown virtual particles.