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Fermilab’s 2017 artist-in-residence, Jim Jenkins, melds pieces of physics experiments into his creations.
The DUNE collaboration continues to grow as they make notable progress on detector prototypes and components.
Are these mass-giving particles hanging out with dark matter?
At a showing of the blockbuster movie followed by a Q&A with Fermilab scientists, students from diverse backgrounds were encouraged to pursue STEM careers.
Eastern prairie fringed orchids are planted at seven sites throughout its campus, promoting the growth of this rare species.
Imagine your flesh becoming transparent enough to see everything going on inside your body — or someone else’s. Yucky, but really interesting.
When it comes to love, sometimes you have to say it with science.
The event included opportunities to talk with lab employees, a panel discussion, tours, a physics carnival and a liquid-nitrogen show.
Installation has begun for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument, a next-generation astrophysics tool. Fermilab is managing key parts of the construction of the instrument, which will begin its five-year observation run in 2019.
When it comes to talent, versatility and the power to change the world, which atomic particle is the champ? Read what our four contenders have to say—then you decide.
Registration is now open for Fermilab’s 2018 Small Business Fair, to be held on March 14. Representatives from local small businesses are invited to discuss opportunities to strengthen relationships between the lab and the local business community.
Particle physicists are studying ways to harness the power of the quantum realm to further their research.
The experiment aims for unprecedented precision in measuring an important property of the muon, one that could open a window into new physics.
Fermilab's Short-Baseline Neutrino program buildings, which translate the requirements of neutrino experiments into architecture, win ALA Gold Award.
With Feb. 11 marking the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, female physicists, engineers and computer scientists from CERN and Fermilab share their experiences of building a career in science.
Fermilab’s Family Open House is a chance for the whole family to spend an afternoon learning about science in a hands-on way and have fun doing it. This year’s event runs from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 11.
Meet the detectors of Fermilab’s Short-Baseline Neutrino Program, hunting for signs of a possible fourth type of neutrino.
The Muon g-2 team has begun the important step of measuring the experiment’s magnetic field to unprecedented precision.
He receives the honor for fundamental contributions to the development of new techniques for the direct detection of dark matter.
Fermilab is seeking new members for its Community Advisory Board, which meets every other month and includes neighbors from the Chicagoland area.