Ketevan Akhobadze

Ketevan Akhobadze is the Fermilab education facilities coordinator.

During the last four months, the Lederman Science Center team has developed more than 20 virtual exhibits that communicate Fermilab science. We’re sharing these virtual exhibits with our followers on social media, so thousands of people all around the world can view the virtual LSC exhibits. Check them out.

Where does mass come from? Why are neutrinos so incredibly light compared to other fundamental particles? Do neutrinos get their tiny masses from the Higgs field like other particles, or from some other mechanism? “Can You Weigh a Neutrino?” is a new exhibit at the Lederman Science Center that introduces Fermilab visitors to the elementary particle mass scale. Come by to check it out.

On Thursday, May 30, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Lederman Science Center, the Education Office will host a party to celebrate a successful renovation project, which includes new exhibit signage and two new exhibits in the Accelerators room. Everyone is invited! Please come and explore our exhibits, and see Fermilab’s science from a kid’s point of view. Cake and refreshments will be available.