From CNN, July 22, 2017: Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln explains how the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, which had its groundbreaking ceremony on July 21, could answer important questions of the universe, including, “Where did the antimatter go?”.
From The Wall Street Journal, July 21, 2017: Scientists celebrated the launch of an improbable physics experiment that will shoot subatomic particles through 800 miles of rock and dirt to study some fundamental cosmic riddles. [subscription required]
From Science, July 21, 2017: To build the modular detector, workers have to carve out massive caverns 1,480 meters underground, haul out stone that weighs as much as a dozen aircraft carries, and truck in millions of liters of frigid liquid argon. On July 21, officials gathered deep underground to turn the first few shovels of stone.
From Idaho State University, July 19, 2017: Tatar plans to participate in the Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility groundbreaking ceremony in South Dakota, joining a group of world known scientists.
From Colorado State University, July 14, 2017: CSU is just one of the DUNE collaborating institutions that is looking forward to the July 21 groundbreaking for the Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility.
From Daily Herald, July 11, 2017: Joe Lykken, chief research officer at Fermilab, will present “Neutrinos are Everywhere” as part of the Fermilab Arts and Lecture series on Friday, July 14.
WDCB’s “The Arts Section,” June 25, 2017: Fermilab Art Gallery curator Georgia Schwender and historian and archivist Valerie Higgins talk about how artist Angela Gonzales came to Fermilab, her artwork and her legacy.
From the DOE Office of Science, June 21, 2017: Dark Energy Survey Director Josh Frieman appears in this Office of Science article, which surveys research projects that will help us better understand the phenomenon that is accelerating the universe’s expansion.
From The New York Times, June 19, 2017: Fermilab scientist Joel Butler is quoted in this article on physicists monitoring the Large Hadron Collider are seeking clues to a theory that will answer deeper questions about the cosmos.