Archive: December 2007

Friday, December 21
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  • All Hands video link available
  • Federal budget impact on Fermilab and HEP
  • The Tracker's Midnight Ride
  • ILC Newsline: Omnibus is ominous
  • Photos of the Day: US CMS completes forward pixels detector
  • Medical Department closed next week, reopens Jan. 2

Thursday, December 20
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  • All Hands meeting at 11 a.m.
  • The CMS Tracking Detector's midnight ride
  • Federal budget impact on Fermilab and HEP
  • Chuck Grozis to retire
  • Result of the Week: Getting answers from the W Boson

Wednesday, December 19
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  • Federal budget impact on Fermilab and HEP
  • In Memoriam: Paul Reardon
  • New Wilson exhibit chronicles founder's years at Los Alamos
  • From the Business Services Section: To prevent accidents: ask why
  • ES&H weekly report, Dec. 18

Tuesday, December 18
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  • Project X plans second workshop
  • Director's Corner: Black Monday
  • From symmetry: Free for all
  • From Daily Herald, Dec. 12, 2007: Flocking to Fermi

Monday, December 17
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  • AD head Roger Dixon honored with APS Fellowship
  • Four Fermilab experiments among top 10 physics stories
  • Laboratory Releases Physics Advisory Committee Report
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Stay safe while shoveling

Friday, December 14
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  • MINERvA gets CD-3
  • Council appoints CERNís next Director General
  • CMS's night moves
  • From CERN press release, Dec. 14, 2007: CERN Director General reports on LHC progress

Thursday, December 13
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  • Fermilab Profiles in Safety
  • Fermilab dancers shine at Museum holiday event
  • From iSGTW: Montage a rising star in grid-enabled sky mosaics
  • Result of the Week: Does top choose the road less traveled?
  • From, Dec. 10, 2007: Missing matter caught in tangled cosmic webs

Wednesday, December 12
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  • Smooth operator: AD system migration complete
  • 'Tis the season for SPAM and Phishing
  • From BSS: A new business model for scientific publishing
  • New hires
  • ES&H weekly report, Dec. 11
  • From, Dec. 11, 2007: UK pulls out of plans for ILC

Tuesday, December 11
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  • "NUMB3RS" story line could involve DZero experiment
  • From iSGTW: Open Science Grid crunches through CMS simulations
  • Director's Corner: Short fuse
  • Eleventh annual URA Thesis Award Competition underway
  • From Science Daily, Dec. 3, 2007: Dark matter in newborn universe doused earliest stars
  • From, Dec. 5, 2007: Relativity: Still special

Monday, December 10
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  • Listen to the lights: holiday gets new twist
  • Mr. Freeze wins 2007 Director's Award
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Walk and work carefully on slick winter surfaces
  • Gran Sasso director to give presentation Monday
  • From Columbia Spectator, Dec. 3, 2007: A day without yesterday

Friday, December 7
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  • CMS tracker workshop connects people, ideas
  • Photos of the Day: Precious cargo
  • From ILC Newsline: U.S. manufactured cavity achieves high gradient
  • Gran Sasso director to give presentation Monday
  • From SLAC press release, Dec. 6, 2007: Persis S. Drell named fourth Director of SLAC

Thursday, December 6
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  • Fermilab Profiles in Safety
  • Fermilab Singers to join humorous holiday concert
  • From iSGTW: Results from the SC07 Challenges: Analytics, Bandwidth, Cluster and Storage
  • Result of the Week: Prepared for a challenge
  • From San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 5, 2007: Cal's cosmic thinkers to get a place to hang out

Wednesday, December 5
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  • Winter's here! Use extra caution
  • Nancy Grossman leads NOvA through review process
  • From the Accelerator Physics Center: Toward the intensity frontier
  • Update of job descriptions for IT/Computing professionals
  • New hire
  • ES&H Safety Report, Dec. 4
  • From CMS Times, Dec. 3, 2007: The waltz of the endcaps

Tuesday, December 4
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  • Mexican Physical Society awards Appel for outreach
  • Paging network to migrate this week
  • Director's Corner: The beauty of zero
  • From, Nov. 30, 2007: Splitting the quark

Monday, December 3
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  • SC07 spiral chronicles computing history
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Pedestrian safety at night
  • From AIP FYI, Nov. 30, 2007: Hearing on barriers to women's advancement in academic positions
  • From ars technica, Nov. 30, 2007: Dark matter stars may have lit the early universe
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