Archive: June 2007

Friday, June 29
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  • Duane Plant, Fermilab's "MacGyver" retires today
  • From ILC Newsline: DOE and NSF review US Detector R&D Programme
  • From Science Magazine, June 29, 2007: PARTICLE PHYSICS: A Spare Magnet, a Borrowed Laser, and One Quick Shot at Glory
  • From Kane County Chronicle, June 29, 2007: Fermilab ash trees infested

Thursday, June 28
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  • Meet EMMA, an accelerator of Many Applications
  • From iSGTW: Growing the fleet: E-infrastructure in the Mediterranean
  • Result of the Week: Betwixt quarks and leptons
  • From, June 27, 2007: European astroparticle physicists publish a roadmap to the stars

Wednesday, June 27
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  • Neutrino Physics 101
  • A Fermilab Mr. Fix-It
  • From Facilities Engineering Services: Every effort counts
  • From Christian Science Monitor, June 21, 2007: Einstein's theory is put to the test in space

Tuesday, June 26
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  • Back-to-Back b Baryons
  • ATLAS Toroid lowered into cavern at CERN
  • Director's Corner: Triplet Test
  • From New York Times Sunday Book Review, June 24, 2007: Meta Physicists

Monday, June 25
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  • Film Society entertains, connects cultures
  • CALL TO ACTION! The symmetry challenge: Name that particle
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Insect Bites
  • From, June 20, 2007: Researchers may have solved information loss paradox to find black holes do not form

Friday, June 22
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  • Collins seeks diversity in work, nature
  • symmetry magazine celebrates 25th issue
  • From ILC Newsline: Report of the International Cost Review of the ILC
  • DASTOW events capture imaginations of all ages
  • From CERN Press Release, June 22, 2007
  • CERN announces new start-up schedule for world’s most powerful particle accelerator

Thursday, June 21
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  • BSS celebrates a safety milestone with picnic
  • From iSGTW: Grid technology, relativity and the Aurora Borealis
  • Result of the Week: Top Crosses 10,000
  • From, June 20, 2007
  • $200 million search for almost nothing
  • From Chicago Sun-Times, June 20, 2007
  • Argonne goal: Study nukes without detonating them

Wednesday, June 20
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  • Peel and stick
  • From the CMS Center: A long-distance success
  • From Wired, June 18, 2007
  • Rumors in Physics Blogosphere Test Faith in 'God Particle'

Tuesday, June 19
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  • DASTOW: Welcoming the next generation to the lab
  • 2007 Summer Lecture Series puts student work in context
  • Director's Corner: FRA Board of Directors
  • From, June 15, 2007
  • Delay in Europe Could Mean Extra Year for U.S. Collider

Monday, June 18
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  • Pesky zebra mussels shed from cooling water system
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Exact-o-ly
  • From Ebony, June, 2007
  • A Celebration of Black Fathers

Friday, June 15
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  • Director's Corner: A technically driven timeline for the ILC
  • Cicadas: Ugly, but harmless
  • 40th Anniversary of NAL operations today
  • From, June 13, 2007
  • High-energy detectors might find 'unparticles'
  • From Daily Herald, June 15, 2007
  • Alderman on the mend

Thursday, June 14
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  • Tuition Assistance Program supports career development
  • Physicists accelerate particles, race dragons
  • From iSGTW: A conversation with TeraGrid’s Dane Skow
  • A new member of the standard model zoo
  • From Chicago Sun-Times, June 14, 2007
  • 'It was like finding a small needle in a large haystack'
  • From New York Times, June 13, 2007
  • Don Herbert, ‘Mr. Wizard’ to Science Buffs, Dies at 89

Wednesday, June 13
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  • Fermilab physicists discover "triple-scoop" baryon
  • Bicyclists receive warnings
  • Tools that We Use
  • From American Institute of Physics FYI, June 12, 2007
  • House Appropriations Committee Backs Full FY 2008 DOE Science Request

Tuesday, June 12
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  • E-signs provide solution to communication problem
  • Director's Corner: DESY
  • From, June 9, 2007
  • Quantum quirk may reveal early universe

Monday, June 11
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  • Looking back: Reflections on the beginning
  • Behind the scenes: Creating a successful Users' meeting
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Air Pollution Action Days
  • From EurekAlert Press Release, June 7, 2007
  • Scientists reveal how supermassive black holes bind into pairs during galaxy mergers

Friday, June 8
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  • Strong Fermilab future essential for US particle physics
  • Policymakers share view on LHC, ILC and budgets
  • ILC Newsline: Director's Corner: LCWS 2007 & ILC 2007
  • SciBooNE taking data ahead of schedule
  • From, June 5, 2007
  • World's biggest particle collider is delayed again

Thursday, June 7
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  • Steering Group develops roadmap drafts for Fermilab
  • Yann Coadou to receive 2007 Tollestrup award today
  • From iSGTW: Working the Camera: Real-Time Grid-Powered Surveillance
  • Fermilab Result of the Week: CDF leaves no stone unturned
  • From, June 5, 2007
  • Large Hadron Collider delayed

Wednesday, June 6
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  • Users' meeting begins today
  • eBay researcher consults with Fermilab scientists
  • The new kid on the block
  • From, June 5, 2007
  • Extreme Energy Burst Detected by Chandra Telescope

Tuesday, June 5
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  • Former URA President to speak Thursday
  • Blues musician Eric Bibb performs this Saturday
  • Director's Corner: Crossroads
  • From DESY Press Release, June 5, 2007
  • Launch of the XFEL project

Monday, June 4
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  • No more roadside parking along Kautz Road curve
  • Outreach workshop and GSA career night June 5 attractions
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Share the road
  • Public lecture by Nobel Laureate on Wednesday
  • From Parade, May 27, 2007
  • The Secrets of Dark Energy

Friday, June 1
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  • EG&G leads review of LHC triplet design-build process
  • Accelerator Physics Center to forge Fermilab future
  • ILC Newsline: ILC industry thinks outside the box
  • LHC triplet repairs underway at CERN
  • From LNGS Press Release, May 29, 2007
  • Borexino experiment begins data taking
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