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Tuesday, May 31, 2005
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  • Director's Corner
  • Kuchler Focuses on Safety As New Head of FESS
  • A New Look for SLAC
  • From Science Magazine, May 27, 2005: 2006 Budget: Physics Research Gets a Boost and a Warning From Its Funders

Friday, May 27, 2005
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  • Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Reorganizes to Position Itself for Major Discoveries
  • American Academy Selects Shochet, Barish for 2005
  • From the Interactions News Wire, May 25, 2005: RIKEN-BNL Research Center Dedicates New Supercomputer for Physics Research

Thursday, May 26, 2005
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  • Posters on Display from Annual DOE Review
  • Result of the Week: Beauty Leads to the Top
  • Making a Neutrino Factory One Muon at a Time
  • From the Stanford Report, May 25, 2005: Young physicists featured in NOVA documentary on Einstein's famous equation

Wednesday, May 25, 2005
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  • Staffin To Discuss P-5 Today at 1:30 p.m. in One West
  • Lab Services Laughs All The Way to EHFD Trophy
  • Dr. Robert Kaufmann Explores "Oil and the American Way of Life" on Wednesday, June 1 in Fermilab Colloquium Series on Energy Issues
  • From BBC News, May 23, 2005: Wormhole 'no use' for time travel

Tuesday, May 24, 2005
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  • Staffin To Discuss P-5 on Wednesday, May 25
  • Fire Dept., Cryo Show and Buffalo Top DASTOW '05
  • ILC This Week: SRF Material Collaboration Expands to U. of Wisconsin
  • Dorfan All-Hands Message Addresses Cause, Effects Of Power Outage at SLAC
  • Director's Corner
  • From Chicago Sun-Times, May 23, 2005: Uncloaking ancient secrets

Monday, May 23, 2005
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  • Galvin Receives Prestigious Vannevar Bush Award
  • Quantum Diaries Hosts Career Week: May 23-27
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, May 20, 2005: House Appropriators Recommend 1.8% Increase for DOE Office of Science
  • Safety Tip of the Week: FYI: Parking Lot Survival

Friday, May 20, 2005
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  • From Tour Guide to Deputy Head of Lab Services, Cindy Crego Heads to Tennessee
  • ILC This Week: Dugan Selected as U.S. Regional GDE Director
  • Ray Rarey Receives Academic Honors
  • Future Umbrella Haters
  • From EurekAlert May 18, 2005: Particle smasher gets a super-brain

Thursday, May 19, 2005
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  • Oddone: ILC Will Bring the World to Fermilab
  • Result of the Week: Tautally Top
  • Why Did the Turtle Cross The Main Ring Road?
  • Photo of the Day: Sunset at Casey's Pond
  • From Scientific American May 2005: Quantum Black Holes

Wednesday, May 18, 2005
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  • ILC Accelerator R&D Aims: Cut Risk, Aid Bid to Host
  • Fermilab Computing Division Combats Sober Virus
  • Register Now for the 2005 Users' Meeting, June 8-9
  • Director's Corner
  • From The Hindu Business Line May 15, 2005: Computers of the grid, unite!

Tuesday, May 17, 2005
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  • EPP 2010: Strategies For Deciding Future of HEP
  • Santoro Receives Golden Dolphin Award
  • From AScribe, May 16, 2005: Berkeley Lab Technology Dramatically Speeds Up Searches of Large Databases

Monday, May 16, 2005
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  • EPP 2010 Meeting on Monday
  • Open House at Soudan
  • Texas in Sights as Nelson Winds Up Dual Lab Career
  • From Kavli Foundation Press Release, May 11, 2005 Kavli Foundation establishes $1-million science prizes
  • Safety feedback
  • Fitness Theme: Laughter Really Is Best Medicine

Friday, May 13, 2005
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  • In "Bittersweet Moment," Bob Jones Leaves Lab
  • Lloyd Klein Will Remember Good People, Good Times
  • What's Up with the ILC? Takasaki selected as regional GDE director
  • From American Institute of Physics, May 11, 2005 House Members Press for Higher DOE Science Funding
  • From Physicsweb, May 2005 Universe reveals its dark side

Thursday, May 12, 2005
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  • John Carson, Magnate Of Magnets, Retires May 12
  • From Purchase Requisitions to Hiring Employees, Joy Thomas Retires After 36 Years
  • Bob Huite's Plans Include Teaching and Volunteering
  • Result of the Week: Beam Me Up, Scotty!
  • From The Washington Post, May 8, 2005 - Einstein for Dummies

Wednesday, May 11, 2005
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  • Computer Glitch
  • EPP2010 Meeting This Monday
  • Theory Result: Precise Prediction of Particle Mass, Confirmed by Experiment
  • Jack Mateski Retires But Hopes to Keep Hands In
  • Retiring Igor Churin Bids 'Adieu' to Friends at Lab
  • From Science Daily, May 8, 2005: Underground Physics: Searching For Neutrinos In Deep Places

Tuesday, May 10, 2005
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  • Nevin Leaves 'em Laughing As He Heads Off to Florida
  • Director's Corner
  • Southern Completes First Year at Fermilab: Survey Results and Changes
  • Fritz Lange Develops Into the Photographic Arts
  • Don Tousignant Retires To Life Without Detectors
  • From the Chicago Tribune, May 7, 2005: Argonne chief backs accelerator institute

Monday, May 9, 2005
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  • CD's Joe Klemencic Participates in Net Secure '05
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Toxicodendron Radicans
  • Denis Bowron Retires, Hands Over CUB Command
  • Elizabeth Duty Retires, Moves To Minneapolis
  • Photo of the Day: Fermilab's Big Woods
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, May 6, 2005: Strong Showing in House for NSF Funding: "We Need to Get Back on Track"

Friday, May 6, 2005
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  • Fermilab's Saturday Morning Physics Program Marks 25th Anniversary at Graduation Ceremonies on May 14, 2005
  • Special Physics Result: Spirit of Collaboration
  • What's Up with the ILC? Top as the Gateway to New Physics
  • Sue Hardy Leaves Legacy Of Many Happy Children
  • From the Chicago Sun-Times, May 2, 2005: Fermilab has 250 trillion reasons to outsource data

Thursday, May 5, 2005
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  • Grid Physicist Joins “Quantum Diaries”
  • Michael Barbor's Pursuits Cover Cryogenics To Germs
  • AD's Kenneth Kellogg Retires After 13 Years
  • Result of the Week: From B Mesons to the b Quark
  • From Lewis-Burke Associates, May 2, 2005: FY06 Budget Update: Overall Spending Parameters Set By Congress: Appropriations Process Set to Move Forward
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, May 4, 2005: Chairman Wolf Urges Bush to Triple Federal R&D Funding by Next Decade

Wednesday, May 4, 2005
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  • Sci-Fi Writers Visit Lab For Ideas and Information
  • Judy Huite Heading Home For Gardening and Travel
  • Photo of the Day: Let's Play Chess
  • Astrophysics Result: SDSS Spectroscopic Survey Shows Spongy Distribution of Galaxies in the Universe
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, May 3, 2005: Senators Support Higher Funding for DOE Office of Science

Tuesday, May 3, 2005
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  • Illinois Lieutenant Governor's Office Visits Fermilab
  • Wallace Kivisto Retiring To Home and the Vikings
  • Director's Corner
  • From The Hindu, May 2, 2005: India gets ready with ambitious science project

Monday, May 2, 2005
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  • Tevatron Achieves New Record Luminosity
  • Fermilab Receives Two Awards from the National Safety Council
  • K.C. Kirksey Retires, Plans To Chill Out and Travel
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Oh, My Aching Back
  • Photo of the Day: Sunrise at Fermilab
  • From the Washington Post, April 29, 2005: Curiosity Abounds, and Science Is Thriving


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