From CNN, Aug. 17, 2018: Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln discusses the conflict between superstring theory and the phenomenon of dark energy, mentioning the Dark Energy Survey.
From STFC, Aug. 15, 2018: STFC has appointed Dave Newbold of the University of Bristol, who has been leading the data acquisition design for DUNE, as new director of its Particle Physics Department.
From Agencia FAPESP, Aug. 8, 2018: A longstanding partnership between the Brazilian scientific community and Fermilab is getting stronger, thanks in part to FAPESP’s research funding programs.
From WBBM Newsradio: Aug. 6, 2018: Fermilab has preliminary approval for its plan to upgrade its particle accelerator, which uses streams of neutrinos for a wide variety of physics research, by the middle of the next decade.
From The Beacon-News, Aug. 8, 2018: A group of Aurora area high school students get a chance to learn more about the local environment as they get back to nature at Fermilab’s tall-grass prairie.
From UQ News, Aug. 1, 2018: A scientist from the Dark Energy Survey, which is hosted by Fermilab, is selected for the television program Australian Survivor.
From Patch, July 30, 2018: Batavia’s Fermilab has just been approved to move forward with an accelerator project that will create more powerful particle beams to “generate an unprecedented stream of neutrinos.”
From Kane County Chronicle, July 31, 2018: The PIP-II accelerator upgrades are integral to the Fermilab-hosted Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, also known as DUNE, which is the largest international science experiment ever conducted on U.S. soil.
From Story Collider, July 27, 2018: Fermilab engineering physicist Cindy Joe is featured in this podcast. She talks about how, as a first-generation college student, she grew up dreaming big in the back of her family’s Chinese restaurant in a small town in Arkansas.
From The Beacon-News, Aug. 5, 2018: PIP-II Project Director Lia Merminga discusses the importance of PIP-II to science and the importance of international partnerships to PIP-II.