On Oct. 13, Fermi Research Alliance (FRA) board members toured Fermilab. From left to right: FRA board members Duane Schmoker, vice president of the URS Corporation, and Fran Berman, vice president for research at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute discuss Fermilab’s future at the intensity frontier in the Minos Underground Areas with Fermilab’s Pier Oddone and Gina Rameika.
Fermilab scientist Dave Schmitz (right) describes the MINERvA and MINOS experiments to Illinois State Senator Daniel Biss (left) on his tour at Fermilab on June 29. His visit also included stops at CDF and the Superconducting Radio Frequency Test Facility. Also pictured are (center left to right) Fermilab’s Elizabeth Clements and Jamie Santucci, as well as Gabriella Elkaim, an intern in Senator Biss’ office.
On Feb. 25, President Robert A. Wharton and Vice President for Research Affairs Ronald White from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology visited Fermilab. Their tour included a visit underground to the MINOS cavern. Standing in front of the MINERvA detector are (left to right) Elizabeth Clements, Ronald White, Mike Weis, Robert Wharton, Rob Plunkett, Jim Strait, Katie Yurkewicz and Gina Rameika.
Scientists of the MINOS experiment at the Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator laboratory today (June 14) announced the world’s most precise measurement to date of the parameters that govern antineutrino oscillations, the back-and-forth transformations of antineutrinos from one type to another.