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CAIF invites you to attend the following public lecture at Fermilab: Leonardo da Vinci, painter and sculptor October 16 @ 3:00 PM at the Wilson Hall One West, Fermilab, Pine Street & Kirk Road, Batavia, IL 60510 RSVP for free by Oct. 15 Italian espresso and dessert to follow. Tickets are free, but registration is required. Tickets to participants will be collected at the entrance. For additional information visit our website https://caif.fnal.gov/events/ For any questions or request of specific programs, please contact the organizing committee…

Why the Scientific Revolution happened and developed nowhere but in the Western civilization? This is a famous question of Joseph Needham, biochemist and sinologist. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Sep 8, 12:00, Req Room (WH4NW). Everybody is welcome. Feel free to come with your lunch. Note our website https://fermisocietyofphilosophy.wordpress.com/ and email list philosophysociety@fnal.gov .

In this seminar on Friday August 12, at 6pm in WH One West, Jean Marc Christille will expose his life experience in the Concordia station, a base located in the middle of the Antarctic hinterland and run by a combined Italian and French crew who has develop an innovative telescope sensitive to the infrared radiations. For more information and to RSVP, please check: http://caif.fnal.gov/event/the-colors-of-antarctica/  

On Tuesday, August 2, 2016 there will be a series of seminars on the Muon g-2 FNAL experiment for the Italian Summer Students, but open to all students and interested persons. The program follows: The Muon g-2 Experiment Training lectures for the students of the Summer School “Summer Students at Fermilab and other US laboratories” (Fermilab, INFN and the University of Pisa) Tuesday, August 2 – Comitium – Wilson Hall 9:00 –   9:40  C. Polly, “Overview of the Muon g-2…

You and a guest are invited to “Food and Science” Dinner Reception and Short Talks at The Promontory in Hyde Park on Thursday, June 2, at 6.p.m. The event is hosted by Donald H. Levy, University of Chicago vice president for research and for national laboratories; Peter B. Littlewood, Argonne National Laboratory director; and Nigel Lockyer, Fermilab director. The program is free, but registration is required. Shuttles to and from the lab will be provided. RSVP by Wednesday, May 26….

Fermilab is working with innovation leaders across the University of Chicago to help highlight the best in entrepreneurship, technology and science at the upcoming UChicago Innovation Fest. Hear Fermilab scientist Anne Schukraft discuss the hows and whys of the elusive neutrino on May 13 and 14 in downtown Chicago. And while you’re at it, hear about big solutions to problems in Chicago and across the globe, learn about the world around us, find new collaborators, and rub shoulders with leaders…