Scientist Craig Moore talks about a small fix in an accelerator that paid big dividends for the Tevatron program in the 1990s.
Dabbar spent the day touring the lab and meeting with Fermilab employees.
Fourteen pairs of mentors and mentees recently celebrated completion of the successful mentorship initiative pilot program.
Carena was one of 396 AAAS members nominated this year as fellows by their peers.
For the sixth year in a row, the Fermilab Arts and Lecture Series sold out its Physics Slam. But this year, much to the audience’s delight, there was a new twist.
This year’s Veterans Day Lunch drew 121 people to Kuhn Barn on Friday, Nov 10.
The division provides members of the American Physical Society an opportunity for coordination and a forum for discussion and communication.
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SCIENCE AND SYMMETRY
For the first time, scientists have measured the rate at which high-energy neutrinos are absorbed by our planet, a development that could lead to discoveries about physics and Earth.
Successful physics collaborations rely on cooperation between people from many different disciplines.
Watch a figure skater doing a pirouette, bringing her outstretched arms to her side and whirling faster, then stretching out her arms and slowing down.
Barish explains how LIGO became the high-achieving experiment it is today.
Central to all of the equations of relativity is the Lorentz factor, also known as gamma. In this 8-minute video, Don Lincoln shows you a simple way to derive gamma and explains its physical significance.
Fantastical designs elevate physics in works by Fermilab’s first artist.
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From CERN Openlab, Nov. 22, 2017: Physics data reduction helps ensure researchers gain valuable insights from the vast amounts of particle collision data produced by CMS. Fermilab scientist Oliver Gutsche and colleagues will look at investigate techniques based on Apache Spark, a popular open-source software platform.