August 14, 2003
Nine lab directors to discuss science without boundaries
BATAVIA, Ill.--The directors of nine world particle physics laboratories have come to Fermilab to discuss future research projects and the evolution of the field into a model for science without international boundaries. They are attending a meeting of the International Committee for Future Accelerators (ICFA), which takes place in connection with the 700-scientist Lepton-Photon Symposium at Fermilab, August 11-16.
Reporters and photographers can meet the nine lab directors at a one-hour press panel on Friday, August 15, at 4 p.m. at Fermilab's Wilson Hall, where they will present their views and answer questions on the transition from national to international research projects, including the construction and operation of future large-scale accelerators.
Dr. Michael Witherell, Fermilab, United States
Media representatives must call Fermilab's Office of Public Affairs to register for a Visitor's Pass before entering the site.
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