Do you remember the International Taste of Fermilab? Did you like the food? About this time last year we were all together celebration cultural diversity through delicious food at the International Taste of Fermilab. We look forward to the time we can all come together again and celebrate! View photos from last years event.
From Physics World, Nov. 13, 2019: In her new book “Fire, Ice and Physics: the Science of Game of Thrones,” Rebecca C Thompson, head of the Office of Education and Public Outreach at Fermilab, analyzes “Game of Thrones” fan theories by looking at actual physics.
From Live Science, Jan. 22, 2019:
From CNN, Jan. 20, 2019: Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln writes about the science of “Into the Spider-Verse.” “There on the screen was fictional scientific equipment that was clearly inspired by the actual apparatus that my colleagues and I use to try to unlock the mysteries of the universe.”
The DuPage Symphony Orchestra will present a concert “Musical Milestones” at 7:30 PM on Saturday 10/13 at the Wentz Concert Hall in downtown Naperville. The program features two long-time favorites: Beethoven’s exquisite Symphony No. 6 in F Major, the Pastoral, and Tchaikovsky’s exhilarating Symphony No. 5 in E minor. Tickets are available online at www.dupagesymphony.org or call 630-637-7469.
The new exhibit in the Fermilab Art Gallery, “Structural Elements,” features the work of three artists: Margie Criner, Yvette Kaiser-Smith and Doug Reyes. The exhibit will be on display beginning May 21. A free artist reception will be held on Friday, May 25, from 5-8 p.m., and the exhibit will run until July 21. The gallery is open to the public Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Margie Criner’s 2-D work is informed by architecture and technical rendering. Yvette Kaiser-Smith uses…