From Inside Science, Nov. 2, 2016: In this 3-minute video, DUNE co-spokesperson Mark Thomson talks about Fermilab’s search for neutrinos and how scientists capture the rare interactions of the elusive particles. Fermilab’s DUNE animation is featured.
From Deep Thoughts, Oct. 24, 2016: The science at Sanford Lab directly contributes to South Dakota’s economy, and according to the facility, it’s only going to grow with the installation of LBNF.
From Northwest Quarterly, Oct. 10, 2016: Our universe is a mystery. We don’t know what most of it is made of; we don’t know how it all works. But by using the largest, most complex machines in the world, scientists at Fermilab are figuring it out.
From National Public Radio, Oct. 11, 2016: Scientists using the Dark Energy Camera have discovered a new dwarf planet at the far reaches of our solar system.
From FYI: The AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, Sept. 29, 2016: The bill extends funding for the federal government at last year’s appropriated levels through Dec. 9, or 10 weeks beyond the end of the fiscal year.
From The New York Times, Oct. 4, 2016: Fermilab congratulates scientists David J. Thouless, F. Duncan M. Haldane and J. Michael Kosterlitz for winning the Nobel Prize for their discoveries in condensed-matter physics.
From the College of DuPage, September 2016: Through the Fermilab VetTech Internship program, COD students provide technical support in various departments at Fermilab.
From the National Science Foundation, Sept. 26, 2016: The awardees include the Center for Bright Beams at Cornell University, in which Fermilab is a partner. The center’s goal is to make more intense accelerators at a lower cost.
From Nature, Sept. 22, 2016: Cronin, scientist at the University of Chicago and who held leadership position at Fermilab, won the Nobel Prize for the discovery of violations of fundamental symmetry principles in the decay of neutral K mesons.
From Clarksville Online, Sept. 23, 2016: Earlier this summer, Austin Peay State University student Jacob Robertson, on a visit to Fermilab, took a look at a celestial object and realized it wasn’t just another star.