From Nature, March 30, 2021: The long-awaited Muon g-2 experiment results will be revealed in next week’s announcement that could reveal the existence of new elementary particles and upend fundamental physics.
From the Black Hills Pioneer, March 25, 2021: Ross Hoists will power the excavation of 800,000 tons of waste rock and serve as the conveyance for people, materials and equipment underground of the DUNE at LBNF.
From BBC, March 25. 2021: Physicists have uncovered a potential flaw in a theory that explains how the building blocks of the Universe behave.
From Scientific American, March 25, 2021: Physicists have long wondered if muons, electrons and other leptons possess differences besides their mass; the latest LHCb result; Fermilab and the upcoming results of Muon g-2 test the standard model.
From Andina (Peru), March 22, 2021: Read more about the participation of Peruvian engineer Juan Vega from the Directorate of Astronomy and Space Sciences (DIACE) of the Peruvian Space Agency in the development of the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment managed by Fermilab.
From DOE, March 11, 2021: Jessica Esquivel of Fermilab was included among five women working in the U.S. DOE national laboratories inspiring STEM careers for women and acting as ambassadors in AAAS’s IF/THEN Ambassadors program.
From Science & Vie, March 4, 2021: Fermilab was included with other accelerator labs for their discoveries of new particles and materials in this French science magazine.
Batavia IL — Physicists at the Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory today (March 2) announced the discovery of the subatomic particle called the top quark, the last undiscovered quark of the six predicted by current scientific theory. Scientists worldwide had sought the top quark since the discovery of the bottom quark at Fermilab in 1977. The discovery provides strong support for the quark theory of the structure of matter. Two research papers, submitted in Friday, February 24, to…