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As we enter the second month of Fermilab’s 50th year, we look back on Robert Wilson assuming the lab’s first directorship and the lab’s first experiment, along with other memorable milestones. Feb. 5, 1999: Evidence of CP violation ...

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Academics / Physics : Symmetry Breaking

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Academics / Physics : Symmetry Breaking

After more than a year of improvements, Fermilab's accelerator complex has begun sending neutrinos to experiments at the lab and in Minnesota. Today, for the first time, Fermilab switched on its newly revamped neutrino beam, soon to...

Final piece of large magnet built at Fermilab arrives at Jefferson Lab

Academics / Physics : Quantum Diaries

This article appeared in Fermilab Today on May 1, 2015. A group of Fermilab physicists and engineers was faced with a unique challenge when Jefferson Lab asked them to make the superconducting coils for an upgrade to their CEBAF Lar...

Fueling the future: Using accelerator-driven systems to recycle nuclear waste

Academics / Physics : Symmetry Breaking

The superconducting radio frequency technology that Fermilab scientists are helping to develop could one day pave the way to cleaner nuclear power. In October, Fermilab hosted physicists and engineers from around the world at the Wo...

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