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This two-minute video features the PIP-II project, which is an essential upgrade of Fermilab’s particle accelerator complex. It is the first U.S. particle accelerator project with significant contributions from international partners. PIP-II’s high-intensity proton beams will provide a flexible platform for the long-term future of the Fermilab accelerator complex and the U.S. accelerator-based particle physics program. It enables the scientific program for the international, Fermilab-hosted Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment and Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility.

Two videos of Secretary of Energy Rick Perry’s Jan. 9 Fermilab visit are now available on the Fermilab YouTube channel. This 3-minute video gives an overview of the experimental areas and facilities that Perry toured. A 45-minute video of the Jan. 9 all-hands meeting with Perry is also online.

Did you know that bananas and Brazil nuts emit radiation? Scientist Don Lincoln explains the known kinds of nuclear radiation and their different properties.

Videorecordings of the Symposium and the Users Meeting are now online. Symposium videos: http://vms.fnal.gov/asset/advanced-video?v&seriesName=50th+Anniversary+Symposium&submit=Submit Users Meeting videos: http://vms.fnal.gov/asset/advanced-video?seriesName=50th+Annual+Users+Meeting&submit=Submi

Get an abridged version of Fermilab’s history in three minutes, then join us in wishing Fermilab a happy 50th birthday on June 15.

Why I Love Neutrinos is a series spotlighting those mysterious, abundant, ghostly particles that are all around us. This installment features Professor Naba Mondal.

Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln explains how particle physics research attempts to answer questions of the universe. For those with a more practical bent, he explains how this research is an excellent investment, with a high rate of return for society.