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Thursday, March 31, 2005
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  • CD Achieves Data Transfer Record of 28 TB
  • Result of the Week: What's in a Proton?
  • Notes from the March UEC Meeting
  • From AScribe, March 29, 2005: Argonne National Laboratory Is Focus of New Alliance Between University of Chicago, Northwestern, University of Illinois

Wednesday, March 30, 2005
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  • Bubble Chamber News: Dark Matter Detector Lowered into MINOS
  • James Cronin School Breaks Ground in Argentina
  • Join Fermilab's Garden Club; Meeting Today at Noon

Tuesday, March 29, 2005
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  • Tevatron Achieves Record Integrated Luminosity
  • Director's Corner
  • Fermilab Achieves One Million Hours Injury Free - ES&H Releases Safety Report
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, March 28, 2005: Chairman Boehlert Looks Ahead at Science Budgets
  • From The Chicago Tribune: Miracle Year

Monday, March 28, 2005
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  • New Building Manager for Wilson Hall
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Hearing Protection
  • From PhysicsWeb, March 2005: Antimatter performs optical gymnastics

Friday, March 25, 2005
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  • What's Up with the ILC? Barish To Model GDE On Experiment Collaboration
  • Raubenheimer's Roundup Of ILC at SLAC Posted Online
  • Plant Brothers Band To Play at Users' Center Tonight
  • DOE Press Release, March 21, 2005 Clay Sell Sworn in as Deputy Secretary of Energy

Thursday, March 24, 2005
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  • Electron Cooling Update: Installation Is Now Complete
  • Fermilab Result of the Week: Topping the Top Mass
  • From Mesabi Daily News, March 22, 2005: First neutrino recorded at Soudan test site

Wednesday, March 23, 2005
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  • MARV I and II Offer Boost For Accelerator Division
  • Fermilab Presents a Free World Year of Physics Concert and Lecture
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, March 22, 2005 New Report on Women in Physics and Astronomy
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, March 21, 2005 AIP and Several of its Member Societies Endorse $6 Billion+ Budget for NSF

Tuesday, March 22, 2005
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  • Interactions News Wire Barry Barish to lead International Linear Collider design
  • Berkeley Lab Throws Going Away Party for Pier Oddone
  • From New Scientist, March 18, 2005 Giant space-time ripples may cause cosmic expansion
  • Director's Corner

Monday, March 21, 2005
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  • Tevatron Achieves New Record Luminosity
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Tevatron Achieves New Record Luminosity
  • Wanted: Summer Mentors for Science Teachers
  • From Interactions News Wire, March 21, 2005: MICE to go ahead

Friday, March 18, 2005
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  • Dark Matter Search Marks Return of Bubble Chamber
  • 'Wonders' Amaze Local Kids
  • Photo of the Day: The Luck of the Irish
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, March 17, 2005: Key Hearings on DOE Science Request Focus on FY 2006 Budget Tradeoffs
  • University of Chicago, Press Office, March 17, 2005: Robert Rosner named Director of Argonne National Laboratory

Thursday, March 17, 2005
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  • Flickering at Aspen East
  • Studying Matter-AntiMatter Transformations with CDF
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, March 16, 2005: AIP Endorses 7% Increase in DOE Office of Science Budget

Wednesday, March 16, 2005
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  • Neutrinofest Brings Scientists, Writers Together
  • INFN/Fermilab Press Release: Italian, US cosmologists present alternate explanation for accelerating expansion of the universe: Was Einstein right when he said he was wrong?
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, March 11, 2005: GAO Documents Improvements in Visa Application Process
  • From BBC News, March 15, 2005: Public 'must engage with science'

Tuesday, March 15, 2005
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  • Labwide Turnout Highlights Focus on Computer Security
  • Director's Corner
  • From Chicago Tribune, March 14, 2005: Fermilab tries novel experiment: talking to neighbors

Monday, March 14, 2005
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  • Director's Letter Today Explains Staff Reductions
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Material Handling
  • From St. Charles Republican: City Council urges Congress to fully fund Fermilab
  • From New Scientist, March 12, 2005: Evidence of dark energy missed 30 years ago
Friday, March 11, 2005
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  • Tune in to Chicago's NBC5 on Monday Morning
  • Machine Shop Improves Safety, Efficiency with Better, Stronger Tool
  • From the Cornell Chronicle, March 10, 2005: Three of Hans Bethe's friends and colleagues relate fond memories
  • Rare Decay May Point to Supersymmetry

Thursday, March 10, 2005
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  • Party Photos Show the Fun
  • Result of the Week: Flip-Flopping Matter and Anti-Matter
  • Computing Division Achieves New Safety Record
  • From the New York Times, March 9, 2005: Sara Stein, Garden Advocate for the Use of Native Plants, Dies at 69

Wednesday, March 9, 2005
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  • Batavia City Council Passes Resolution to Support Fermilab Budget Increase
  • Sensitive Item Inventories Reminder
  • From MSNBC, March 7, 2005 - Biggest particle collider a step closer
  • From Science Daily, March 8, 2005 - The Neutrino Underground: Experiment Will Fire Trillions Of The Ghostly Particles Through The Earth

Tuesday, March 8, 2005
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  • Fermilab Postdocs: Apply for the 2005 Alvin Tollestrup Award by April 30
  • Director's Corner
  • AD Radiation Safety Team First Workers to Greet Neutrino Beam in MINOS Hall
  • From Cornell News, March 7, 2005: Hans Bethe, a titan of physics and conscience of science, dies at age 98
  • From the Beacon News, March 5, 2005: Fermi fires first neutrino pulse through ground to Minnesota

Monday, March 7, 2005
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  • Hastert, Orbach, Oberstar Bless NuMI/MINOS Startup
  • Safety Tip: Personal Protective Equipment
  • From the Chicago Sun-Times, March 6, 2005: Fermilab beams neutrinos to Minnesota in major experiment
  • Barnstormers Soar with Delta Dart Contest this Wednesday

Friday, March 4, 2005
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  • YOU DON'T NEED A TICKET! All Are Invited to NuMI/MINOS Dedication Today at 2:30 p.m.
  • Have Lunch with the Office of Science Director Today
  • Lab-Wide Party at 3:30 p.m.
  • Computer Security Awareness Day Clarified: It's Voluntary
  • From CERN Courier, March 2005: CMS cavern ready for its detector

Thursday, March 3, 2005
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  • Employees, Users and Contractors Invited to Attend NuMI/MINOS Dedication on Friday
  • Friday: Have Lunch with the Office of Science Director
  • Result of the Week: Muons Mark the Top Quark at CDF
  • From PhysOrg, March 1, 2005: Fermilab experiment to beam neutrinos through Dairyland

Wednesday, March 2, 2005
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  • March 8: Lab-Wide Focus on Computer Security Awareness
  • Journalism Students Collect Data on Real-World Science
  • From The New York Times, March 1, 2005: The Next Einstein? Applicants Welcome
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, February 25, 2005: Orbach Discusses FY06 Office of Science Funding Request

Tuesday, March 1, 2005
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  • Hastert, Orbach Will Launch NuMI/MINOS Friday, March 4
  • Beam On: Lab-Wide Party Follows MINOS Dedication
  • In Memoriam: Andrew Szymulanski
  • Director's Corner
  • From The Guardian: Scientists beam in on particles that helped shape the universe


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