Last summer, someone placed this towel on top of a post to dry outside the Q.C. Lab in IB-4. Is it a towel? or someone’s profile?

Call for photos

Calling all photographers! The Office of Communication is in need of Photo of the Day submissions to feature in Fermilab Today. If you are on site, even infrequently, please do take a picture and send it in so the Fermilab community at large can share in the goings-on at the lab.   Simply submit your photo through the online form or email it to Send your photos together with a one- or two-sentence caption. A horizontal photo format is preferred, but…

Are you working on site? Do you have a camera phone? The Office of Communication is looking for more photos for its Photo of the Day feature in Fermilab Today. Send us what you see on site and submit your photos together with a one- or two-sentence caption. Submission is easy. We have an online form that you can access from the News at Work webpage: (You need to be on the Fermilab network.) Horizontal format preferred, but not absolutely…

For the 2019 Earth Day Fair, the Environmental Protection Group is asking for your help. EPG is looking for your best photos depicting the Site’s ecological resources, environmentally responsible activities or sustainable initiatives. Three photos will be selected by EPG to be used for the 2019 Earth Day Fair signs. Please submit your photos by 2/15/2019 at the following link (You will need your services name and password for access). We look forward to seeing all the amazing submittals.

Attendees got caught up on the latest news from particle physics experiments around the world, reconnected with colleagues and friends, and forged connections with new ones.

Want to relive Fermilab’s June 15 celebration? Have a look at the photo gallery dedicated to the 50th anniversary festivities on our anniversary website. We may add more photos, but until then, there’s plenty to peruse. We’ve also posted a link to the photo gallery from our staff and user 50th anniversary webpage. Enjoy!  

March through DIFF

Remember Pi Day? Or that really windy day when all was atilt? Even if you don’t, you can revisit those days through photos.

February is the shortest month, but there was no shortage of February photos taken as part of the Daily Image From Fermilab, or DIFF. What was the DIFF in February?