From Business Wire, March 22, 2021: On World Water Day 2021, the University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory, and Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory highlight Chicago and the greater Midwest as a hub for water innovation.
From the Cornell Chronicle, March 16, 2021: Fermilab’s Sam Posen has joined the Center for Bright Beams to develop the next generation of superconducting materials that will greatly reduce the costs associated with operating large particle accelerators and lessen their environmental impact.
From Mirage, March 15, 2021: Sam Posen, scientist and deputy division head at Fermi and affiliate at CBB is included this story on creating more environmentally friendly accelerators for the future.
From NewScientist, March 8, 2021: The recent experiment results of asymmetry in protons published in Nature calling out the new research used to improve measurement techniques from Fermilab’s SeaQuest detector.
From the Department of Energy, Aug. 17, 2020: Seven DOE national laboratories, including Fermilab, will lead a total of 14 projects aimed at both automating facility operations and managing data modeling, acquisition, mining, and analysis for the interpretation of experimental results. The projects involve large X-ray light sources, neutron scattering sources, particle accelerators and nanoscale science research centers.