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Newsbox archive - February 2005

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February 28, 2005
Fermilab Colloquium, 3/2: String Theory and Cosmology - Shamit Kachru, Stanford U.
The next Ask a Scientist talk and tour will be on March 6 at 1:00 p.m. The deadline to register is March 3.
The Wonders of Science Show will be on March 13. Register by March 10.

February 24, 2005
Media Advisory: House Speaker Hastert to Launch Neutrino Experiment at Fermilab, Friday, March 4
Fermilab Arts Series, 3/5: Dervish

February 21, 2005
Fermilab Colloquium, 2/23: Tsunami's: Detecting, Simulating and Chasing them - Emile A. Okal, Northwestern University
You read the Quantum Universe report, now see the special exhibit in Wilson Hall.

February 18, 2005
Fermilab Arts Series, 2/19: Festival of Four

February 17, 2005
Fermilab Film Series, 2/18: Twelve Monkeys

February 16, 2005
Discover Quantum Universe - a quest to answer the most fundamental questions about the nature of the universe

February 15, 2005
Chicago Daily Herald: Science meets fun at Fermilab open house

February 14, 2005
Fermilab Colloquium, 2/16: Accelerating in the Future: Lasers Start to Produce Quality High Energy Electron Beams - Wim Leemans, LBNL

February 10, 2005
Fermilab Arts Series, 2/19: Festival of Four: A World of Music on a Single Stage
AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News: President Bush Requests Almost Flat FY 2006 R&D Funding

February 7, 2005
Fermilab Colloquium, 2/9: Dark Matter Particles: MeV, TeV, or Heavier? - Gianfranco Bertone, Fermilab

February 3, 2005
Check out the latest posts on Quantum Diaries
Fermilab Public Lecture Series, 2/4: Experiments at Fermilab: Understanding Matter at the Smallest Scale - Paul Grannis, SUNY at Stony Brook

February 2, 2005
Happy Groundhog's Day! Learn more about groundhogs at Fermilab.
Press Release: Fermilab offers Family Open House, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2005; Visitors need to register by February 10 to receive free tickets
Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources: Senate confirmed Samuel W. Bodman to be Secretary of Energy by unanimous consent

February 1, 2005
Ever wonder how a result gets approved at DZero or CDF? Quantum Diarist Gordon Watts enlightens us.

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