Fermilab Today Archive 2007

Friday, November 30
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  • Fermilab education has a fresh new face
  • Photo of the Day: The harvest sun also rises
  • From ILC Newsline: Podcasting the ILC
  • From Wired, Nov. 27, 2007: The geekiest show on TV

Thursday, November 29
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  • Fermilab Profiles in Safety
  • Practice makes perfect for NuMI repair crew
  • From iSGTW: The path more travelled by: grids help track human migration
  • Result of the Week: Never trust billiard ball b-quark physics
  • From The Guardian, Nov. 26, 2007: Tape shows how physicist predicted parallel worlds

Wednesday, November 28
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  • Fermilab technician, U of I student make Tesla coils sing
  • Robert Wilson hits the stage in atomic opera
  • From PPD: Fiscal planning
  • New hires
  • ES&H weekly report, Nov. 27
  • From The Economist, Nov. 22, 2007: Geometry is all
  • From New York Times, Nov. 22, 2007: Collision courses

Tuesday, November 27
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  • In Memoriam: Doug Moehs
  • Fermilab hosts opera stars Silvestrelli, Kalman tonight
  • Director's Corner: Workshops
  • From Kane County Chronicle,, Nov. 22, 2007: 'Internet2’ a far faster Web

Monday, November 26
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  • Amanda Petersen to oversee Users' and Visa Offices
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Make a dent in vehicle safety
  • From Physorg.com, Nov. 20, 2007: Axions not cause of unexpected observation
  • From Wired, , Nov. 21, 1905: It was a very good year, if you were Einstein

Wednesday, November 21
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  • Fermilab celebrates 40 year anniversary
  • In Memoriam: Michael Schmidt
  • Talking turkey
  • From ES&H: Successful job planning /li>
  • ES&H weekly report, Nov. 20
  • From Interactions.org, Nov. 20, 2007: Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology announces new deputy director
  • From Tribune de Genève, , Nov. 17, 2007: Hollywood comes to Cern

Tuesday, November 20
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  • Handle holiday stress with Recreation Office offerings
  • Turkey tales
  • 28 and Counting
  • From San Francisco Sentinel, Nov. 16, 2007: The Unexplained: The God of small things - How the universe holds together
  • From Science News Online, Nov. 17, 2007: Shadow World

Monday, November 19
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  • Green partnership may bloom for Fermilab, Warrenville
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Holiday safety
  • From nature.com, Nov. 14, 2007: The most accurate measurement ever made
  • From University of Chicago Chronicle, Nov. 15, 2007: Sloan Digital Sky Survey: Universe of data changes face of astronomy

Friday, November 16
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  • Project X Accelerator workshop ramps up effort
  • In Memoriam: Doug Moehs
  • Best places to work survey
  • Undergrad gets big break, stirs up school rivalries
  • From ILC Newsline: Holland in the ILC
  • From Telegraph.co.uk, Nov. 14, 2007: Surfer dude stuns physicists with theory of everything
  • From Beacon News, Nov. 14, 2007: Honoring those who serve

Thursday, November 15
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  • Fermilab Profiles in Safety
  • From iSGTW: Snapshot of the future from the floor of SC07
  • Photo of the Day: Calm reflection
  • Result of the Week: A charming challenger in a beautiful race
  • From National Post, Nov. 12, 2007: Seeking the 'God particle'
  • From Physicsworld, Nov. 14, 2007: Relativity passes new test of time

Wednesday, November 14
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  • Unusual inspiration for "Biological Impulses"
  • Photo of the Day: Burn, prairie burn
  • From WDRS: Diversity
  • Photo of the Day: SC07 opening night
  • New hires
  • ES&H weekly report, Nov. 13
  • From KEK press release, Nov. 13, 2007: Belle discovers a new type of meson

Tuesday, November 13
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  • Pair of Project X workshops address Fermilab future
  • Industry and research heavyweights collaborate to demonstrate data transport capability at SC07
  • Director's Corner: Reviewing, for a change
  • From Interactions.org, Nov. 12, 2007: LHCb installs its precision silicon detector, the VELO

Monday, November 12
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  • GCC extinguishes threat of electronic library fire
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Stuck wheels
  • International Science Grid This Week celebrates one year
  • From New York Times, Nov. 9, 2007: Energetic cosmic rays may start from black holes
  • From National Geographic News, Nov. 8, 2007: Black holes belch universe's most energetic particles

Friday, November 9
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  • Safety contest winners
  • Auger Observatory closes in on long-standing mystery
  • Photo of the Day: Saturation at sunset
  • From ILC NewsLine: ILC communication tools put to use
  • From ScienceDaily, Nov. 5, 2007: How electrons 'gain weight' in metal compounds near absolute zero

Thursday, November 8
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  • Fermilab Profiles in Safety
  • Education volunteer nominations due Nov. 21
  • From iSGTW: Distributed security: keeping Open Science Grid closed to intruders
  • Result of the Week: Closing in on the Higgs
  • From CERN press release, Nov. 7, 2007: LHC completes the circle
  • From Spiegel Online, Nov. 7, 2007: Green light for new particle accelerator

Wednesday, November 7
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  • Volunteers set record at annual Prairie Seed Harvest
  • From the Computing Division: Networking to the world
  • New hires
  • ES&H weekly report, Nov. 6
  • From Chicago Tribune, Nov. 5, 2007: Consumers feeling the helium squeeze

Tuesday, November 6
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  • Gong rings in new tradition
  • Former Fermilab fellow wins Sukurai Prize
  • Photo of the Day: A different view
  • Director's Corner: Key decision
  • From ScienceNOW Daily News, Nov. 6, 2007: Dark matter not a done deal?

Monday, November 5
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  • Wilson Hall medical, handicap parking changes in effect
  • In Memoriam: Andrzej Zieminski
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Winter air quality
  • From nature.com, Oct. 31, 2007: India digs deep to build neutrino lab
  • From Kane County Chronicle, Nov. 5, 2007: Fermilab to put missing universe on display

Friday, November 2
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  • Costumed ES&H employees celebrate another safe year
  • In Memoriam: Glen Goderre
  • Photo contest results
  • From ILC Newsline: Committed to committees
  • From Interactions.org, Nov. 1, 2007: Brookhaven Laboratory physicist receives presidential early career award for scientists and engineers
  • From University of Minnesota press release, Oct. 31, 2007: University of Minnesota receives $45.6 million from Department of Energy to build new lab in northern Minnesota

Thursday, November 1
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  • Fermilab Profiles in Safety
  • TD honors safety record, achievements with fall picnic
  • From iSGTW: Grids work like a CHARMM for molecular dynamics
  • Result of the Week: Reuniting a family
  • From AFP, Oct. 31, 2007: US astronomers spot massive, record-setting stellar-mass black hole
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