From Daily Herald, Nov. 28, 2018: Pop star and physics buff Micky Dolenz shares footage of Fermilab’s construction.
From Wired, Nov. 20, 2018: Scientists use Dark Energy Survey data to recalculate the Hubble constant.
From New Scientist, Nov. 21, 2018: Elusive though it is, the sterile neutrino would be a real boon. It could make sense of experimental anomalies stretching back decades, and give us the first confirmed glimpse of physics beyond what we know. Subscription required.
From Cosmos, Nov. 28, 2018: MiniBooNE researchers have published a paper in the journal Physical Review Letters, reporting a possible trace of a fourth neutrino, an addition to the three of the Standard Model.
From Physics World, Nov. 21, 2018: University of Portsmouth scientists used data from the Dark Energy Survey to remeasure the Hubble constant.
From The Archaeology News Network, Nov. 12, 2018: Using Dark Energy Survey data, researchers from the University of Portsmouth have come up with a new measurement of one of the most debated topics in cosmology.
From Science News, Nov. 26, 2018: Fermilab’s Andreas Kronfeld comments on a new study on the source of a proton’s mass.
From Physics World, Nov. 23, 2018: Fans of Fermilab, the Monkees and vintage American pickup trucks will love this film, shot in 1970 by Monkees drummer Mickey Dolenz and shows construction of the National Accelerator Laboratory (now Fermilab).
From CNN, Nov. 26, 2018: Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln details the planned landing sequence of NASA’s InSight spacecraft on Mars.
From Inside Science, Nov. 20, 2018: Fermilab scientist Charles Thangaraj appears in this fun article on the use of accelerators to cross-link materials, including the plastic that wraps around your Thanksgiving turkey.