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Monday, July 31
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  • What's on your wall? Engineer Leonardo Ristori
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Sitewide Emergency Warning System
  • Photo of the Day: Buffalo
  • In Memoriam: Jed Brown
  • In Memoriam: Stanley Orr
  • NPR, July 27, 2006: A Prayer Book's Secret: Archimedes Lies Beneath
Friday, July 28
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  • Community Task Force begins ILC preparations
  • Physics Bus will come to Fermilab Sunday, July 30
  • Readers Write: A message for landlovers: Don't ignore the siren's song
  • ILC NewsLine: RDR and DCR on Schedule at VLCW06
  • Kane County Chronicle, July 23, 2006: Thinking Big--again
Thursday, July 27
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  • Out-of-area health coverage
  • Result of the Week: Wicked W Bosons in Top Quark Decays?
  • Fermilab Press Release, July 26: U.S. scientists join in "cosmic challenge"
  • Science Grid This Week: Hunting for the Higgs, With the Grid as a Guide
  • Photo of the Day: dragonfly
  • Azom.com News, July 26, 2006: A Hint of Axions: An experiment may have seen an elusive new particle
Wednesday, July 26
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  • Tevatron back in full swing
  • From the ES&H: 'First do no harm' offers a strong safety principle
  • Fermilab Barnstormers are flying high nationwide
  • Milestones: Service Awards
  • BBC News, July 25, 2006: UK physics funding to be revamped
Tuesday, July 25
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  • TRAC attracts teachers with dreams of research
  • Director's Corner: The Way Forward
  • Scientific American, August 2006: The Neutrino Frontier: At Fermilab, particle smashing yields to flavor changing
Monday, July 24
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  • Will a muon collider push leptons past the Terascale?
  • Safety Tip: Attentiveness
  • In Memoriam: Gene Guyer
  • Science, July 21, 2006: NSF Reopens Competition for Site to Build Underground Lab
Friday, July 21
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  • 'Acqua alle Funi' is operative phrase for SciBooNE team
  • Vancouver Linear Collider Workshop/GDE Meeting
  • Photo of the Day: Drift chamber
  • People's Daily, July 19, 2006: China plans to build world's largest telescope
Thursday, July 20
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  • Volunteer cleanup today
  • From the Particle Physics Divsion: Bright people, bright ideas
  • Fermilab's NTF offers hope for cancer patients
  • Scientific American, July 17, 2006: A Hint of Axions: An experiment may have seen an elusive new particle
Wednesday, July 19
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  • What's in a name? Peter Higgs and his particle
  • From the Particle Physics Divsion: Bright people, bright ideas
  • Photo of the Day: Storm
  • CBS News, July 18, 2006: New Proton Therapy Center Opens in Houston
Tuesday, July 18
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  • Summer program brings real physics to undergraduates
  • Director's Corner: Constant Awareness
  • A peek inside One West: Get ready for 'new carpet smell'
  • CERN Press Release, July 14, 2006: CERN Council adopts European strategy for particle physics
Monday, July 17
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  • Water system at the heart of keeping Fermilab cool
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Poison ivy
  • A peek inside One West: Get ready for 'new carpet smell'
  • BBC News, July 13, 2006: 'Super-scope' will unlock secrets
Friday, July 14
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  • Camp Invention in full swing
  • Readers Write: Others have seen 'glory,' too
  • CMS 101 gives lecture, lunch
  • ILC NewsLine: Vancouver Linear Collider Workshop/GDE Meeting
  • Photo of the Day: Herons
  • CERN Press Release, July 13, 2006: Putting your computer to work to fight against malaria in Africa
Thursday, July 13
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  • Freeland wins scholarship to balance career, family
  • Result of the Week: Looking for Delayed Photons
  • Argonne Credit Union E-Mail Fraud Alert
  • Photo of the Day: Barn swallow nest
  • Milestones: John Chapman retires
  • MSNBC, June 10, 2006: New letters shed light on Einsteinís love life
Wednesday, July 12
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  • DZero: Better than expected and way ahead of schedule
  • From the Computing Division: A global concert
  • Argonne Credit Union E-Mail Fraud Alert
  • Photo of the Day: Barn swallow nest
  • Milestones: John Chapman retires
  • MSNBC, June 10, 2006: New letters shed light on Einsteinís love life
Tuesday, July 11
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  • Ohio grad student tracks Fermilab's egg-snatchers
  • Director's Corner: Convergence
  • DOE Press Release: DOE Issues Request for Proposals Seeking a Contractor to Manage and Operate Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
  • Photo of the Day: Planebow
  • Milestones: John Chapman retires
  • Submit questions for ILC meeting by tomorrow, July 12
  • Beacon News, July 9, 2006: Fermilab find reunited with family
Monday, July 10
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  • Meet Dr. Svazas, Fermilab's new medical doctor in ES&H
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Wasps
  • Video tour of the Tevatron
  • Photo of the Day: Sun sets on The Village
  • FYI: AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, July 6, 2006: Senate Appropriators Approve 16.6% Increase for DOE Office of Science
Friday, July 7
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  • Wilson's powerful legacy could be cast in steel
  • IlC NewsLine: From the GDE director: Demonstrating the ILC accelerating gradient
  • SEED Magazine, July 6, 2006: Why a Large Hadron Collider? Seed asks some of the greatest physicists alive what we hope to learn from the LHC
Thursday, July 6
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  • Peterson pursues purplish copper butterfly at Fermilab
  • Result of the Week: DZero searches beyond SM physics with acoplanar jets
  • Meson satisfies childhood curiosity with new muse
  • Photo of the Day: Amphibious creature found near the Lederman Center
  • PhysicsWeb, June 30, 2006: From the present to the past
Wednesday, July 5
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  • New chief operating officer eyes Fermilab's future
  • From the Accelerator Division: An Honorary Membership
  • Photo of the Day: Hawk
  • The New York Times July 4, 2006: Physics Awaits New Options as Standard Model Idles
 

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