Archive: March 2007

Friday, March 30
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  • First European Masterclass extends reach of teachers
  • ILC Newsline -- Test Beam Encounters: ECal meets HCal
  • Special Announcement: 2007 Tollestrup Award for Outstanding Postdoctoral Research
  • Innovations Report, March 29, 2007: PPARC announces £30m for physics Grid

Thursday, March 29
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  • Fermilab statement on magnet test failure
  • Result of the Week - The weak force: How fast does it decay?
  • From iSGTW: Captured in Ice
  • The Arizona Republic, March 28, 2007: Giant telescope a point of pride

Wednesday, March 28
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  • Two arrested when alert employee helps foil theft
  • From the Particle Physics Division: Maintaining momentum
  • In memoriam: John Santic
  • Nagaitsev captures award for electron cooling work
  • From the European Space Agency, March 27, 2007: Magnetic fields get reconnected in turbulent plasma too, Cluster reveals

Tuesday, March 27
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  • Hard-driving users bring in GEM detector for beam test
  • Director's Corner: A small step
  • In memoriam: John Santic
  • From the Chicago Sun-Times, March 23, 2007: Star 'blown up' by U. of C. team

Monday, March 26
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  • Recycling in the Village
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Trash talk
  •, March 23, 2007 -- Elegant physicist makes string theory sexy

Friday, March 23
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  • Lab increases preventive care limit starting April 1
  • ILC Newsline -- ILC Baseline Alternative: The Re-entrant Cavity
  • In Memoriam: Jeff Nelson
  • SCIENCE, March 23, 2007-- LARGE HADRON COLLIDER: Stability, International Character Honed CERN's Competitive Edge

Thursday, March 22
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  • SiDet team takes care with super sensitive photo cells
  • Result of the Week: Redefining high efficiency
  • From iSGTW: Grids aid battle against cancer
  • The Naperville Sun, March 20, 2007: Swiss bliss

Wednesday, March 21
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  • Former eco-intern publishes article on sparrow research
  • Grid Computing Center
  • Golf with the Fermilab league
  • The New York Times, March 20, 2007: The Scientific Promise of Perfect Symmetry

Tuesday, March 20
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  • Fehrman gets back on track with vintage racing club
  • Director's Corner: Family friendly
  • Photo of the day: Ariana string quartet
  • Jefferson Lab Press Release, March 13, 2007: Jefferson Lab Cooks Up the Perfect Cavity

Monday, March 19
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  • Carbon study on the prairie has global implications
  • Safety tip of the week: Bridget Iverson
  • Photo of the day: inspection mirror
  • ILC NewsLine: Cornell University moves forward on vertical electropolishing
  • From Innovations Report, March 16, 2007: UK teachers set to experience physics up close

Friday, March 16
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  • After 15 Fermilab years, Lutha to manage Argonne Site Office
  • New Mothers' Room opens
  • Last day at the lab for Fermilab Today editor
  • ILC NewsLine: Cornell University moves forward on vertical electropolishing
  • PPARC Press Release, March 15, 2007: Robotic Telescope Unravels Mystery of Cosmic Blasts

Thursday, March 15
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  • Giant black holes present a mass and time dilemma
  • The black orchids within particle physics
  • Photo of the Day: bass fishing
  • From iSGTW: Counting the clouds
  •, March 12, 2007: Physicists modify double-slit experiment to confirm Einstein's belief

Wednesday, March 14
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  • Habitat restoration volunteer day on Saturday, March 17
  • Meeting expectations
  • NALWO German cooking demonstration
  • SLAC press release: New Form of Matter-Antimatter Transformation Observed for the First Time
  • Ron Lutha leaving Fermilab to be new Argonne site manager

Tuesday, March 13
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  • New editor for symmetry
  • Director's corner: Dedication
  • Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day
  • The Washington Times, March 8, 2007: Ununified Theory

Monday, March 12
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  • The first gurgling of spring
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Back works
  • Photo of the Day: Speaking of birds
  • The New York Times Magazine March 11, 2007: Out There
  • Special Announcement: String Theory in two minutes

Friday, March 9
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  • Daylight-saving time begins this Sunday
  • Science, design, costing for the ILC--and Fermilab's role
  • ILC NewsLine:What's in a Schedule?
  • The Economist, March 8, 2007: Higgs may fly

Thursday, March 8
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  • High-energy plasma, high-impact accelerator
  • Result of the Week: Cleaning up the mess
  • Jewish music and poetry of Renaissance Italy, March 17
  • From iSGTW: The CMS “Top 100”
  •, March 7, 2007: Particle X in rare decay could belong to a new physics model

Wednesday, March 7
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  • Kent Mutchler: teacher, dad and ILC task force member
  • Symposium sharpens ILC focus for the lab
  • Build and fly a delta dart on Wednesday, March 14
  • Fermilab fleece spotted on Vatican astronomer
  • Physics Web, March 6, 2007: Fermilab data hint at Higgs boson

Tuesday, March 6
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  • ILC symposium at Fermilab
  • Director's Corner: Press(ure) points
  • How low can it go? ILC test beam gets a better range
  • Ice-jam on the Fox River
  • The Timberjay March 5, 2007: NSF selection team to visit Soudan lab on Friday

Monday, March 5
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  • CD celebrates five full years without a lost work time injury
  • Severe weather awareness
  • Biking to work, falling in love
  • String Theory in two minutes
  • New Scientist, March 2, 2007: Higgs boson: Glimpses of the God particle

Friday, March 2
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  • Science fair volunteers lauded for contributions as judges
  • Superconducting RF Test Facility: Getting ready
  • Nego Gato: Music and dance of Brazil this Saturday night
  • March 1, 2007 Teams toil underground to re-create big bang

Thursday, March 1
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  • CD experts switch roles to educate students
  • 40th Anniversary
  • Photo of the Day: Going Down
  • From iSGTW: Worldwide Grids, Worldwide Science
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