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Newsbox archive - April 2005

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April 28, 2005
Interactions News Wire: Science Grid This Week Goes Online
Press Release: Fermilab's DZero Experiment Crunches Record Data with the Grid
Press Release: Fermilab Achieves Record in Grid Computing for Science

April 26, 2005
New York Times: Tiny, Plentiful and Really Hard to Catch

April 22, 2005
Recent bird sightings at Fermilab

April 21, 2005
Interactions News Wire: Department of Energy Awards University of California Contract for Berkeley Lab
MSNBC: Women explore the frontiers of physics

April 19, 2005
World Year of Physics Concert, 4/30: Superstrings - Jack Liebeck, Violin, with Inon Barnatan, Piano. Free admission.
Fermilab Colloquium, 4/20: Highway Car Traffic as a Complex System. The Physicist's Point of View - Nino Boccara, UIC

April 15, 2005
Fermilab's Buffalo Herd: 14 babies born as of April 12!

April 14, 2005
Fermilab Film Series, 4/15: The Court Jester
Fermilab Arts Series, 4/16: Michel Lauziere: Master of the Unusual. Limited tickets still available!

April 12, 2005
Washington Post: Our Incredible Shrinking Curiosity

April 11, 2005
Fermilab Colloquium, 4/13: A Physicist's View of the World's Energy Situation - Steven Koonin, BP

April 8, 2005
DOE's Staffin Envisions A Strong Fermilab Future: Streaming Video

April 7, 2005
Press Release: Fermilab Colloquium Series Offers Free Public Talks on World Energy Situation Beginning Wednesday, April 13
Fermilab Arts Series, 4/16: Michel Lauziere: Master of the Unusual. Limited tickets available.

April 4, 2005
Fermilab Colloquium, April 6: Using Genomics to Study Human Biology and Disease - Ricard M. Myers, Stanford University School of Medicine

April 1, 2005
Special Event: Tornado and Severe Storm Seminar, 4/9 at 12:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Plan to arrive early to get seats!

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