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From COO Tim Meyer: Mentors for summer interns needed

Many of the Fermilab summer internship programs are in need of one-on-one employee mentors or advisors for students. I ask that you consider participating this year in one of the many programs we offer to high school and college students who come to the lab to work and learn during the summer months. Many of the internships are science- or engineering-based, but we are looking for mentors from everywhere across the lab.

All-Office-of-the-COO meeting on Feb. 18

Chief Operating Officer Tim Meyer will hold an all-Office-of-the-COO meeting on Thursday, Feb. 18 from 10 to 11 a.m. in Ramsey Auditorium. Please plan to attend if you are a staff member in the Facilities Engineering Services Section, Workforce Development and Resources Section, Office of the General Counsel, Office of Communication, Office of Campus Strategy and Readiness, Office of Integrated Planning and Performance Management, Office of Partnerships and Technology Transfer, or Illinois Accelerator Research Center.

In the News

South Pole’s next generation of discovery

From University of Chicago, Jan. 26, 2016: Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer is quoted in this article on a new ultrasensitive camera that is both the heart of the South Pole Telescope and the focal point of the collaboration between Argonne, Fermilab and the University of Chicago.

Fermilab has Family Open House down to a science

From The Beacon-News, Feb. 1, 2016: A crowd of at least 2,500 people got the chance to view the facilities as well as exhibits at Fermilab’s Family Open House, which included physics projects offered by students living in neighboring communities including St. Charles, Naperville and Aurora.


Photo of the Day

Geese make a neutrino topology

Did a goose-sized particle just interact with an air molecule? The geese's flying pattern as the pass over Wilson hall is reminiscent of a typical neutrino interaction topology in a neutrino detector. Photo: Nitin Yadav, Indian Institute of Technology - Kandur

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Why I Love Neutrinos: Angela Fava

Why I Love Neutrinos is a series spotlighting those mysterious, abundant, ghostly particles that are all around us. This installment features Angela Fava, a Wilson fellow working at CERN.