From University of Chicago, Jan. 26, 2016: Argonne, Fermilab and the University of Chicago are among the dozen institutions that are working on upgrading the South Pole Telescope. Scientists are getting ready to install a new camera on the telescope later this year to plumb the earliest history of the cosmos.
From The Beacon-News, Feb. 1, 2016: A crowd of at least 2,500 people got the chance to view the facilities as well as exhibits at Fermilab’s Family Open House, which included physics projects offered by students living in neighboring communities including St. Charles, Naperville and Aurora.
From WDCB 90.9, Jan. 25, 2016: Fermilab artist-in-residence Ellen Sandor is no stranger to translating science into visual media. She’s worked with Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA to visualize the invisible. Now she’ll do the same at Fermilab. Listen to this eight-minute radio piece featuring Sandor and Art Gallery curator Georgia Schwender.
University of California, Jan. 21, 2016: The University of California Board of Regents on Jan. 21 approved Michael Witherell, vice chancellor for research at UC Santa Barbara, as director of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Witherell was director of Fermilab from 1999 to 2005.
Aurora Beacon-News, Jan. 12, 2016: Fermilab has an artist-in-residence program that was launched first through Oak Park artist Lindsay Olson, who completed her year in residence in December, and Chicago artist Ellen Sandor, who is the new artist-in-residence.
IFLScience, Jan. 4, 2016: From the origin of life to the fate of the universe, there’s plenty scientists simply don’t know. But they are making progress. 2015 has been a great year for science. So what will happen in 2016?
GeekWire, Jan. 6, 2016: The Higgs boson is the biggest find of the century in particle physics, but for the past few weeks, physicists at the Large Hadron Collider have been considering whether there’s a mystery that’s even bigger. Or at least more massive. Fermilab’s Don Lincoln is quoted in this article.
Kane County Chronicle, Dec. 22, 2015: The Kane County Chronicle catches up with the Muon g-2 experiment, where scientists, engineers and technicians are currently hard at work shaping the magnetic field inside the 17-ton ring.
The New York Times, Dec. 15, 2015: Fermilab Deputy Director Joe Lykken is quoted in this article on ATLAS and CMS results that point to traces of what could be a new fundamental particle.
Inverse, Dec. 4, 2015: Scientists at Fermilab tell us that an experiment designed to test the so-called “holographic principle” found no evidence that the universe is an illusory 3D projection of information encoded at the distant edges of the universe.