From Crain’s Chicago Business, Feb. 14, 2018: The U.S. House took a big step toward the next generation of research at Fermilab, authorizing a $1.8 billion project that would shoot subatomic particles from Fermilab’s facility to South Dakota.
De El Pais, Feb. 16, 2018: El chorro de partículas pasará por un gigantesco detector capaz de observar la formación de un agujero negro en tiempo real y permitirá buscar respuestas al origen del universo
From CNN, Feb. 13, 2018: Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln talks about the Muon g-2 experiment and what it could tell us about the universe.
From Brookhaven National Laboratory, Feb. 12, 2018: Fermilab scientist Bo Jayatilaka is quoted in this article on ATLAS’s measurement of the mass of the W boson, a particle that plays a weighty role in a delicate balancing act of the quantum universe.
From Daily Herald, Feb. 8, 2018: Having access to two of the U.S. Department of Energy’s 17 national labs is a rarity for a community college, and yet College of DuPage is fortunate to have both Argonne National Laboratory and Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory located within its boundaries.
From Live Science, Feb. 8, 2018: Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln writes an article for Live Science on the Muon g-2 experiment and how the results could potentially punch a hole in the reigning Standard Model of particle physics.
From The Beacon-News, Feb. 2, 2018: “We want visitors to gain a better understanding of all the exciting things happening at Fermilab and a general appreciation for STEM fields and research,” said Amanda Early, education program leader.
From Science News, Jan. 26, 2018: Fermilab scientist Dan Hooper comments on the possibility of clumps of dark matter sailing through the Milky Way and other galaxies.
From Sciart Magazine, February 2018: Jim Jenkins, Fermilab artist-in-residence for 2017, shares thoughts on his residency. “[Fermilab] is first and foremost a place of thought. I find the blending of the intensely focused intellects and their pursuit of the elusive foundations of our reality stimulating and meditative simultaneously.” Subscription required: SciArtSubscriber467
From Forbes, Jan. 24, 2018: Fermilab will provide half of SLAC’s LCLS-II cryomodules, and Jefferson Lab in Newport News, Virginia, will provide the other half. Fermilab is located in Illinois, so the very first cryomodule that arrived at SLAC by truck last week made a hefty trip from Illinois to California – essentially making a trip across the whole of the U.S.