From the Beacon-News, April 18, 2016: Fermilab in Batavia offered its 29th Wonders of Science event, which featured three current and retired high school teachers from the area performing a variety of experiments designed to make learning about science exciting.
From PBS Digital Studios’ The Good Stuff: Dark matter makes up 70 percent of the known universe, and we know very little about it. This video on dark matter includes an interview with theorist Patrick Fox and a tour of the MINOS underground area at Fermilab.
From Silicon Republic, April 8, 2016: Researchers in the United States, including Fermilab researchers, and CERN have teamed up to produce 20 new accelerator magnets, which, when put together into the next LHC in 2026, will up its power by a factor of ten.
From OSTI blog, April 1, 2016: The DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information is working with Fermilab scientist Jim Simone to register scientific datasets produced by a domain collaboration.
From ABC7 News, March 30, 2016 (with video): The Chicago area hosted a special guest Wednesday as Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi toured parts of the city and the suburbs, including Fermilab. His first official visit to Chicago, it was the first stop in a four-day tour of the United States focused on trade issues between the U.S. and Italy.
From The Beacon-News, March 31, 2016: Italian Prime Minister Renzi rolled in to Fermilab on Wednesday with several dozen other Italian citizens to meet with scientists, including some of Italian birth, and tour the campus’ Industrial Center Building.
From WDCB, March 22, 2016: Fermilab’s Brian Nord and Martin Murphy talk about the collision of art and science in this nine-minute radio interview.
From Naperville Community Television, March 18, 2016: The Art of Darkness exhibit in the Fermilab Art Gallery shows off the capabilities of the Dark Energy Camera. The exhibit runs through April 29.
From BBC News, March 11, 2016: You can look in any direction inside this video of CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, including a view of the CMS detector.
From ars technica, Feb. 29, 2016: Fermilab’s found a brand-new species—the first particle with four flavors of quarks.