The U.S. Department of Energy awarded Guillermo Fernandez Moroni $2.5 million over 5 years to fund his project developing sensors to study the early universe. His work could enable surveying tens of thousands of distant galaxies at a time.
The U.S. Department of Energy chose two new projects at Fermilab — an apprenticeship program for particle accelerator technicians and a collaboration bringing quantum courses and training programs to colleges — for funding under the Reaching a New Energy Sciences Workforce initiative.
For a few days, teachers work with real-world physics data to figure out how to bring particle physics back to their classrooms during the QuarkNet Data Camp, an annual workshop for educators at Fermilab.
The Bird Conservation Network recently shared its findings from 22 years of surveying bird populations throughout the Chicago area and compared their data to Fermilab’s decades-long bird monitoring data.
A proponent of mentorship and inclusion, Argonne National Laboratory physicist Peter Winter brings his experience with managing and collaborating among the researchers of the Muon g-2 experiment to the position of spokesperson.