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The Fermilab Office of Communication is pleased to share the latest issue of Particles, a monthly newsletter from Fermilab senior management that covers key projects and initiatives and the “behind-the-scenes” support critical to our success.

The Fermilab Office of Communication is pleased to share the latest issue of Particles, a monthly newsletter from Fermilab senior management that covers key projects and initiatives and the “behind-the-scenes” support critical to our success. This issue’s highlights include: Lia Merminga has been named the next director of Fermilab; the Fermilab site has reopened to the public; an interesting update on Mu2e, an international collaboration experiment that will look for new a new subatomic phenomenon, and other news.

Fermilab Office of Communication is pleased to share the latest edition of Particles, the monthly newsletter from Fermilab senior management that covers key projects and initiatives and the “behind-the-scenes” support critical to our success.

The Fermilab Office of Communication is pleased to share the latest issue of Particles, a monthly newsletter from Fermilab senior management. This issue’s highlights include: intense review preparations pave the way for the PIP-II project to proceed to CD-3; Wroclaw University of Science and Technology signs the PIP-II planning document with Fermilab; a new study on qubit impurities should help improve quantum computer performance; and other news.

The Fermilab Office of Communication is pleased to share the latest issue of Particles, a monthly newsletter from Fermilab senior management. This issue’s highlights include: Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer being named Officer of the Order of the British Empire; Fermilab’s Alex Romanenko receiving this year’s IEEE PAST Award; the IERC making progress as a stunning complement to the iconic Wilson Hall; and other news.

The Fermilab Office of Communication is pleased to share the latest issue of Particles, a monthly newsletter from Fermilab senior management. This issue’s highlights include: the DUNE collaboration’s start of production on components for its giant neutrino detector; SQMS announcement of performance-limiting nanohydrides in superconducting qubits; the Secretary of Energy’s visit to discuss cutting-edge research on neutrinos, accelerators, quantum information science; and other news.

The Fermilab Office of Communication is pleased to share the latest issue of Particles, a monthly newsletter from Fermilab senior management. This issue’s highlights include: how Fermilab’s superconducting radio-frequency cryomodule technology is seeing record performance from the first prototype tests; how we demonstrated the world’s fastest magnetic ramping rates for particle accelerator magnets; how the PIP-II cryoplant building is set to bring a new era of discovery to Fermilab; University of Chicago President Paul Alivisatos’ visit to the lab in November; and other news.

The Fermilab Office of Communication is pleased to share the October 2021 issue of Particles. In this issue, read about the media attention around the search for the sterile neutrino; how crews uncovered a geological treasure while drilling the vertical ventilation shaft at the LBNF/DUNE project far site; how the SENSEI collaboration is working with SNOLAB to install a hypersensitive dark matter experiment remotely guided by Fermilab; and other developments.

The Fermilab Office of Communication is pleased to share the September 2021 issue of Particles. In this issue, read about how the lab kicked off a series of town halls to address questions on new vaccination and testing requirements; how the lab hosted U.S. Department of Energy Chief Commercialization Officer and Director of the Office of Technology Transitions Vanessa Chan; how the Sloan Digital Sky Survey received the 2021 ACM SIGMOD Systems Award for its “demonstration of the power of data science to transform a scientific domain”; and other developments.

The Fermilab Office of Communication is pleased to share the August 2021 issue of Particles. In this issue, read about Nigel Lockyer’s decision to step down as lab Director and how over the past 8 years he has led the renaissance of the lab after the Tevatron shutdown to assume a leadership role in the direction of HEP’s exploration into the fundamental building blocks of the universe; and other developments.