Do you have an interest in helping Hispanic/Latinx students from area colleges learn more about careers in science? If so, the group Vamos a Fermilab wants you. As discussed HERE, Vamos a Fermilab (Let’s go to Fermilab) is a DOE-funded outreach program designed to attract a more diverse spectrum of applicants to WDTS’s Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships program, Community College Internships program, and the Office of Science Graduate Student Research program. Vamos a Fermilab is seeking volunteers to mentor Hispanic…

From the Daily Herald, October 17, 2021: The Fermilab Arts and Lecture Series will continues with a virtual program titled, “Eat the Invaders: Can Harvesting Introduced Species Reduce Their Impact?” presented Dr. Joe Roman of the University of Vermont on November 19.

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Fermilab scientist Kirsty Duffy responds to some of the many wonderful questions viewers have left in the comments. Plus, a guest visit from fellow Fermilab science communicator Don Lincoln.

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In the 2021 Fermilab Physics Slam, each contender had 10 minutes to present their topic in the most interesting way possible. This annual favorite was presented in a new, virtual format, with a Zoom audience choosing the Physics Slam Champion.

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Theoretical physicist Clifford Johnson answers questions about his work in science and outreach, including advising on movies like Avengers: Endgame.