Fermilab news for employees and users


Bob Cibic retires from Fermilab after quarter-century of service

In his time here, Cibic has completed procurement jobs for a whole host of high-visibility projects and experiments, most recently for Fermilab’s contribution to the LCLS-II program.

Giorgio Chiarelli is new CDF co-spokesperson

Chiarelli has been with CDF since the beginning of the experiment, 35 years ago.

A glimpse of Angela Gonzales at Fermilab Art Gallery

Have you been to see the Angela Gonzales exhibit at the Fermilab Art Gallery yet? If not, be sure to check it out. Fermilab’s first artist made a lasting mark on the laboratory — in drawings, on buildings, even by designing the Fermilab logo.

The birth of the web at Fermilab

Fermilab’s website was born in June 1992, thanks in part to Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the World Wide Web in 1989. Fermilab’s Ruth Pordes tells the origin story.

Fermilab celebrates its website’s 25th anniversary

Twenty-five years ago this month, Fermilab stood up its first website — one of the earliest websites in the United States.

Photo gallery: DASTOW 2017

Fermilab employees and their kids had a blast at this year’s Daughters and Sons to Work Day 2017.

Looking back: communication at Fermilab over 50 years

Fermilab and the field of particle physics were pioneers of electronic communication.

Photo gallery: 50th anniversary Symposium and Users Meeting

Three days of celebration: Festa Italiana, Symposium and Users Meeting.

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World’s biggest neutrino experiment moves one step closer

The startup of a 25-ton test detector at CERN advances technology for the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment.

Howie Day records love song to physics

After the musician learned that grad students at CERN had created a parody of his 2004 single “Collide,” he flew to Switzerland to sing it at the LHC.

African School works to develop local expertise

Universities in sub-Saharan Africa are teaming up to offer free training to students interested in fundamental physics.

A speed trap for dark matter, revisited

A NASA rocket experiment could use the Doppler effect to look for signs of dark matter in mysterious X-ray emissions from space.

Northwestern, Fermi National Accelerator Lab launch new research center

The partnership is expected to advance a wide range of science, including medicine and energy.

Chicago Quantum Exchange to create technologically transformative ecosystem

University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory and Fermilab prepare for quantum information revolution.

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