From Science News, June 1, 2018: The MiniBooNE experiment at Fermilab found more interactions of neutrinos and antineutrinos than expected, mirroring a puzzling excess found more than two decades ago.
From PBS’s NOVA Wonders, May 30, 2018: Fermilab’s Josh Frieman and Brian Nord appear in this episode on the dark sector.
From The New York Times, May 28, 2018: At CERN in Switzerland and Fermilab in Illinois, there is always a sense of discovery — about the past, present and future.
From SDPB Radio, May 17, 2018: Underground experiments DUNE and the Majorana Demonstrator seek an understanding of the neutrino. Fermilab Deputy Director Chris Mossey and scientist Deborah Harris discuss DUNE.
From Newsweek, May 16, 2018: In a new paper, a team of scientists describe how it uncovered a new space object in 2014 using data from the Dark Energy Survey.
From Quanta, May 15, 2018: Thanks to Dark Energy Survey data, astronomers have spotted a distant world whose orbit is so odd that it is likely to have been shepherded by Planet Nine.
From Gizmodo, May 18: Scientists on the Dark Energy Survey spotted a celestial object that, according to a new paper published recently on the arXiv, is the “most extreme Trans-Neptunian object found to date.”
From Kane County Chronicle, May 18, 2018: See photos from the May 12 visit to Fermilab by five members of Congress.
From Daily Herald, May 15, 2018: In honor of Arbor Day, Fermilab in Batavia recently held a volunteer workday with the goal of creating a shrub land habitat for rare birds.
From NBC News, May 8, 2018: DUNE co-spokesperson Ed Blucher and Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer are quoted in NBC’s overview of neutrino physics and DUNE.