- Breakthrough: nanotube cathode creates more electron beam than large laser system
- Tip of the Week: Quality Assurance: Congratulations on receiving environment, health and safety certifications
- Photo of the Day: Follow your compass
- From APS' The Back Page, September 2014: CERN — Six decades of science, innovation, cooperation and inspiration
- From Smithsonian, Sept. 15, 2014: What is the universe? Real physics has some mind-bending answers
Save the date: labwide celebration Oct. 8
A labwide celebration, scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 8, will kick off at 10 a.m. in Ramsey Auditorium with a presentation by members of the NOvA team, followed by a coffee reception in the Wilson Hall atrium. A dinner for all Fermilab employees and users will be held in the atrium beginning at 4 p.m., also on Oct. 8.
Building alarm system changes on Saturdays
On Saturday, September 27 and October 4 and 11 between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m., the FIRUS system will undergo a software upgrade and system functional tests. This means that the FIRUS system will be off-line at all buildings on the Fermilab site during this time; the system will not automatically notify the Security Communication Center of an active Fire-Security-Utility alarm. The local building fire alarm systems and other independent emergency systems will work only locally. Pull-stations will be functional during this period and should still be utilized in the event of a fire to evacuate the building but must be followed by a call to ext. 3131 from a Fermilab office phone or 630-840-3131 from a cell phone. Duress security alarms, which report directly to FIRUS, will also not function during this time.
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New plan for U.S. particle physics
The 10-year P5 report was approved by the High Energy Physics Advisory Panel on May 22. On May 28, Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer led an all-hands meeting to discuss the P5 report and how Fermilab's scientific program will align with the plan. A video of the talk and the presentation slides are available in the online archive.
See Nigel Lockyer's August 19 Director's Corner for a P5 progress update.
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