March 21, 7:00 pm at the Kuhn Barn, Fermilab Village Everybody welcome. Come and hear about the habitat restoration and wildlife monitoring  we have done over the past year and our plans for the future. Featured  speaker Mr. Stephen Packard, formerly Director of Science and Stewardship for the Illinois Nature Conservancy (1983-1999) and Founding Director of Audubon Chicago Region (1999-2014). Stephen was a longtime friend of Dr. Betz who started the Fermilab prairie project.

The Bible Exploration for Lunch League invites you to join us in viewing the documentary video “Revolutionary: Michael Behe and the Mystery of Molecular Machines” ( the next two Tuesdays at noon.  On March 13 we meet in the Woodshed on Wilson Hall’s 7th floor crossover to watch the first half, and on March 20 we meet in the Quarium on the 8th floor crossover to watch the second half.  For more information see or contact

The goal of the four day (May 7-10, 2018) workshop is to review the progress to date and operational challenges of high-intensity proton rapid cycling synchrotrons (RCSs), as well as to discuss accelerator and beam physics research, focused on opportunities offered by Fermilab facilities. The first day of the workshop will be dedicated to the Proton Improvement Plan (PIP) — the upgrade of the Fermilab Proton Source to deliver 2.4E17 protons per hour at 15 Hz. The hardware improvements made… More »

March 15, 2018, 1:30 pm Wilson Hall 1 East   Join us for an informational / planning meeting for the International Taste of Fermilab  Thursday, March 15th in WH1E at 1:30 PM. What is the International Taste of Fermilab? The Taste of Fermilab is an event celebrating and highlighting the cultural diversity of the Fermilab community through good food and more! Everyone is welcome and to participate. The event will be in July (around the time of the Taste of Chicago). Please… More »

The previous year was the 100th anniversary of the Russian Bolshevik revolution and 150th anniversary of “The Capital”, while this one is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx. The series of 5 talks I am going to give is associated with the man, who, alas, turned the world upside down. During the first talk, I will demonstrate current popularity of Marx and briefly review the most interesting books and articles on his doctrine. The next talks will… More »

The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Physics is developing a strategy for Quantum Information Science (QIS) in the context of Nuclear Physics (NP). To facilitate this, Argonne National Laboratory’s Physics Division will host a DOE-supported workshop, Intersections Between Nuclear Physics and Quantum Information (NPQI 2018). All researchers with an interest in exploring synergies between quantum information science and nuclear physics are invited to attend. The workshop will be held Wednesday, March 28, through Friday, March 30, 2018, at… More »