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Monday, October 31, 2005
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  • TD Celebrates 1 Million Hours Without DART Injury
  • ES&H Perspectives with John Kent
  • From Interactions.org, October 28, 2005: Global e-Infrastructure reports landmark results at European conference

Friday, October 28, 2005
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  • Fermilab Sets Another World Record for Luminosity!
  • Letter From CERN Director General Robert Aymar
  • Carlo Rubbia Gives Liquid Argon Seminar at Fermilab
  • Theory Group to Lead Academic Lecture Series
  • ILCNewsLine:Low Emittance Beams in Focus at Nanobeams 2005
  • From The Beacon News Online, October 27, 2005: To be the best

Thursday, October 27, 2005
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  • Fermilab Scientists Get Closer To Crystal Collimation
  • Result of the Week: Shining a Direct Light on Particle Interactions
  • Science Grid This Week: SAMGrid Lifts Job and Data Handling Burden
  • From PhysicsWeb, October 24, 2005: Particles come to life

Wednesday, October 26, 2005
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  • Lab English Classes Free to International Visitors
  • NuMI Construction Project Wins Illinois ASCE Award
  • Recommendation Request- Next Director General at KEK
  • From Crain's Chicago Business, October 24, 2005: Looking to land collider project for Fermilab

Tuesday, October 25, 2005
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  • Again, Tevatron Sets World Record for Peak Luminosity
  • Computer Security: Watch Out For Con Artists' Games
  • Director's Corner: Top Fun
  • Hundreds Gather to Honor Top Quark Discovery
  • KEK Press Release, October 24, 2005: Request for Candidate Recommendations for the Position of the Next Director General

Monday, October 24, 2005
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  • Badges at Fermilab
  • Safety Tip of the Week:ES&H Quiz
  • Fermilab Physicists Face Different Audience: Kids
  • From Chicago Sun-Times October 21, 2005: Fermilab scientists mark discovery

Friday, October 21, 2005
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  • DZero Reaches One Inverse Femtobarn of Luminosity
  • Congratulations to Fermilab: A Letter From Ray Orbach
  • Fermilab Theorist Giele Reflects on Top Discovery
  • ILC NewsLine: Four TESLA Cavities Delivered to Fermilab
  • From FYI: The AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, October 19, 2005: NSF Releases Facility Plan

Thursday, October 20, 2005
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  • 4th Round of TeV4LHC Workshops Begins Today
  • Result of the Week: What do Z's and b's Tell us About the Higgs Boson?
  • CDF's Maruyama: Top Quark Excitement Still Ahead
  • Help Save Energy at Fermilab
  • From news.telegraph, October 16, 2005: How Katie put the science back into songwriting

Wednesday, October 19, 2005
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  • DZero's Tully: Look to Top for New Discoveries
  • Avner the Eccentric to Take Stage this Saturday
  • Users' Safety at Fermilab
  • From RockyMountainNews.com, October 18, 2005: Colorado hopes to win bid for underground lab

Tuesday, October 18, 2005
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  • Fermilab Event to Award Scouts With Buffalo Badges
  • Director's Corner: Who's In Charge Here?
  • New Electricity Training Sessions at Fermilab
  • From The National Academies News: October 12, 2005 Broad Federal Effort Urgently Needed to Create New, High-Quality Jobs for All Americans in the 21st Century

Monday, October 17, 2005
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  • New GSA Officers Ready to Represent, Unite Students
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Celebrate Ergonomics
  • Computer Security Program being reviewed by DOE
  • KEK Press Release, October 14, 2005: KEK pushes superconducting cavity to work at its theoretical limit

Friday, October 14, 2005
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  • Firefighters Awarded For Response to College Fire
  • Fermilab's Pakistanis Hear from Families at Home
  • Lab Women's Organization to Host Annual Luncheon
  • ILC NewsLine: SMTF Collaboration Addresses ILC Linac Technical Issues
  • From From symmetry, published online on October 11, 2005: Designer Jan-Henrik Andersen, art meets physics

Thursday, October 13, 2005
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  • Oct. 13 Marks 20 Years Since Tevatron's First Collision
  • Result of the Week:DZero Measures Life of Orbitally Excited Mesons
  • Science Grid This Week: Trust on Grid Goes Global
  • Family Literacy Program at Fermilab on November 17
  • From PhysOrg.com, October 11, 2005: Can an Electron be in Two Places at the Same Time?

Wednesday, October 12, 2005
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  • Recycling Rules Cover Many Types of Paper
  • Bugs, Prairie Experience Draw Schools to Fermilab
  • Director’s Award for Education Volunteers: Nominations Sought
  • Family Literacy Program at Fermilab on November 17
  • From CNN, October 11, 2005: Geneva offers great quality of life

Tuesday, October 11, 2005
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  • CDF's Lockyer Part of Panofsky Prize Team
  • Director's Corner: Hidden Battles
  • 'Einstein's Big Idea' Airs Tonight with URA Backing
  • More About Badges
  • From Computerworld: October 10, 2005 Planet-Scale grid: A particle collider leads data grid developers to unprecedented dimensions.

Monday, October 10, 2005
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  • Shoemobile Approaches Safety One Foot at a Time
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Use Candles with Care
  • URA a Sponsor for NOVA's Einstein Program on Oct. 11
  • From PhysOrg.com, October 7, 2005 Dark Matter – One Mystery Solved

Friday, October 7, 2005
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  • Fermilab Runners Prepare for Chicago Marathon
  • ILC NesLine: ATF - A Unique Facility for Nano-beam
  • From Nature News, published online on October 6, 2005: Particle physics: Do the space-warp

Thursday, October 6, 2005
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  • Resident Buffalo Given Annual Medical Exams
  • Result of the Week: Getting Ready for Take 2: B0s Mixing at CDF
  • Science Grid This Week: Science, Art, Advanced Networks Meet at iGrid 2005
  • From The Seattle Times October 5, 2005: 2 Americans, German share physics Nobel

Wednesday, October 5, 2005
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  • Congratulations Fermilab! World Record for Peak Luminosity
  • Astrophysics Result: SDSS-II Supernova Survey Launched
  • Celebration to Honor 10th Anniversary of Top Quark
  • Fermilab Takes Part in Scarecrow Festival
  • From PhysOrg.com, October 4, 2005: Researchers transform the properties of matter with tunable quantum dots

Tuesday, October 4, 2005
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  • World Year of Physics Symposium this Saturday
  • Director's Corner: Dynamic Korea
  • In Memoriam: Leonid Grigor'evich Landsberg
  • The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Press Release, October 4, 2005: The 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics

Monday, October 3, 2005
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  • On The Job: VMS Provides Nonstop 'Eyes of the Lab'
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Distracted Driving
  • From Physics Web, September 27, 2005 New look for laser accelerators


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