From University of Chicago news, Nov. 20, 2017: Fermilab scientist Marcela Carena is among the University of Chicago faculty named AAAS fellow.
From National Science Foundation tumblr, Nov. 7, 2017: NSF Director France Cordova gives highlights of her Oct. 31 visit to Fermilab.
From ASCR Discovery, October 2017: The cosmological search in the dark is no walk in the park. With help from Berkeley Lab, Fermilab aims open-source software at data from high-energy physics. Fermilab’s Oliver Gutsche, Jim Kowalkowski and Saba Sehrish talk about Spark
From The Conversation, Oct. 25, 2017: Fermilab scientist Dan Hooper describes the mystery of dark matter and how scientists are working to solve the puzzle.
From WTTW’s Chicago Tonight, Oct. 17, 2017: Fermilab’s James Annis is among the panel of scientists who discuss the LIGO/Virgo’s detection of gravitational waves from colliding neutron stars and the optical followup.
From York University, Oct. 17, 2017: This is the first such agreement Fermilab has signed for the experiment with a university outside the United States, and York is the only Canadian university currently involved in the international DUNE collaboration spanning 31 countries.
From The New York Times, Oct. 16, 2017: This is the first time LIGO has discovered anything that regular astronomers could see and study. One of the group of astronomers who spotted the speck of light was led by Marcelle Soares-Santos of Brandeis University and using the Dark Energy Camera.
From Scientific American, Sept. 19, 2017: Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer, Deputy Director Joe Lykken, DUNE co-spokesperson Mark Thomson, theorist Stephen Parke and Northwestern University’s André de Gouvêa help explain how DUNE, the largest experiment ever to probe mysterious neutrinos, could point the way to new physics.
From CERN Courier, Sept. 22, 2017: The DUNE far detector will be the largest liquid-argon neutrino detector ever built, comprising four cryostats holding 68,000 tons of liquid. Prototype detectors called protoDUNE are being built at CERN.