The award is designed to bolster the nation’s scientific workforce by providing support to exceptional researchers during the crucial early years, when many scientists do their most formative work.
The addition of a laser notcher to the Fermilab accelerator complex is an innovative use of familiar technology.
These offices work to ensure that all of the laboratory’s projects are on schedule, on budget and safe.
Bonventre receives the annual award for his “creative and resourceful contributions” to the Mu2e experiment.
Some scientists spend decades trying to catch a glimpse of a rare process. But with good experimental design and a lot of luck, they often need only a handful of signals to make a discovery.
By one estimate, about three-quarters of the folks at Fermilab who use disposable bottles and cups are interested in using them less.
The architectural firm Holabird & Root designed the building, which was completed in 2017.
Traveling faster than light is one of humanity’s dreams. Sadly, modern physics doesn’t cooperate, but there are examples where it really is possible to travel faster than light. Don Lincoln discusses ways in which the universe breaks the ultimate speed limit.
Fermilab’s MINERvA experiment gives a boost to the particle physics field by sharpening a model of a frequent, pesky phenomenon.
We are moving full steam ahead on various R&D programs and projects, shifting personnel to facilitate the execution of the lab’s priorities and, very visibly, constructing or renovating buildings that house our organization.
A groundbreaking ceremony at CERN celebrates the start of the civil-engineering work for the High-Luminosity LHC. Fermilab is leading the U.S. contribution to the HL-LHC, in addition to building new components for the upgraded detector for the CMS experiment.
You probably have a microwave oven in your kitchen, and how useful it is! You can thank science for that. But even if you don’t have one, you can not get away from microwaves.
When complete, the HL-LHC will produce five to seven times more proton-proton collisions than the current LHC — thanks in part to important collider components contributed by Fermilab.
Halina Abramowicz leads the group effort to decide the future of European particle physics.