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Wilson Hall behind text: 2021 at Fermilab

For Fermilab, 2021 was a momentous year that included major science results, construction progress, record-setting equipment, and more. Get a quick recap of some 2021 milestones in this video, which features drone and timelapse footage from around the lab.

Dear friends of the Office of Science, As the year 2020 nears its end, I would like to take just a moment to send all of you and your families the warmest of holiday wishes. The past year has tried us, both as individuals and as a scientific community, in ways none of us could ever have foreseen or even imagined. Through it all I have been amazed by your courage, your perseverance, your dedication to the DOE mission, and…

As the closing event of the online Neutrino 2020 conference earlier this month, three scientists faced off in a virtual Physics Slam. Each participant had 10 minutes to amaze and educate the audience with their research using any means they could think of. The video is available to watch online.

Faces of DUNE poster

Two posters that together feature all 170 participants as well as photos of DUNE’s progress are now available in the poster racks on the east side of the atrium. Digital copies of the posters are also available in A3 and 11×17 online.

Site prep construction at Fermilab has started! On Wednesday, Jan. 15, from noon-1 p.m., join us for the latest updates on current and upcoming construction for the Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility (LBNF). Bring your lunch and your questions to One West (WH1W), where project experts will be on hand. We’ll also share brief updates on construction for: Integrated Engineering Research Center (IERC) Proton Improvement Plan-II (PIP-II) Utilities Infrastructure Project (UIP) Core Campus Revitalization Project (CCRP) This Lunch and Learn is hosted…

Happy New Year from Abri Credit Union! We still have a large supply of the 2020 Wall and Pocket Calendars!  There are plenty available so please stop by the branch and pick one up today!

On November 18, the Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility and South Dakota Services Division team held our all-hands meeting following the director’s all-hands in September. Elaine McCluskey, Patrick Weber, and I shared some highlights from and priorities for the division. These are the top five takeaways from that meeting.