Fermilab Today Archive 2007

Friday, September 28
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  • Volunteers welcome at Fermilab's Prairie Harvest
  • Wanted: Fermilab volunteers to mold young minds
  • LHC Update: LHC triplet repairs complete
  • From The Daily Herald, Sept. 26, 2007: Fermilab lecture looks at works of Archimedes

Thursday, September 27
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  • Steering Group report presentation this evening
  • Pi pole replacement complete
  • From iSGTW: What is a grid? A crash course in grid computing
  • Fermilab Result of the Week: Does the top quark have a weight problem?
  • From The University of Chicago, Sept. 24, 2007: Fermilab to participate in Chicago Science in the City

Wednesday, September 26
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  • Former SLAC Director Wolfgang Panofsky dead at 88
  • Fermilab named one of top Chicago work sites
  • From Center for Particle Astrophysics: Beyond dark energy
  • From Techworld, Sept. 25, 2007: When protons collide
  • From The Daily Herald, Sept. 26, 2007: Colors and shapes: The magic of Fermi

Tuesday, September 25
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  • Fermilab makes case to keep Tevatron on through 2010
  • Argonne-Fermilab group attends UChicago program
  • From MSNBC, Sept. 24, 2007: Cosmic log: Inside the subatomic race
  • Director's Corner: "It's like déjà vu, all over again."

Monday, September 24
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  • DOE goes covert to check Fermilab computer security
  • Photo of the Day: A bird's eye view of Fermilab
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Avoiding "knuckle busters" and other hand injuries
  • From Physorg.com, Sept. 21, 2007: Imaging quantum entanglement

Friday, September 21
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  • Roof repair to silence ribbets
  • Bike commuters celebrate Pine Street path reopening
  • From ILC Newsline: Project X at Fermilab
  • From CBC News, Sept. 19, 2007: Neutrons not so neutral after all, study says
  • From Discovery Channel, Sept. 20, 2007: Neighbor galaxies just passing through

Thursday, September 20
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  • Linda Stutte retires Sept. 21
  • symmetry posters available
  • From iSGTW: ATLAS: the data chain works
  • Result of the Week: Spotlight on Higgs
  • From European Research Committee, Sept. 18, 2007: European scientists prepare to test the limits of physics

Wednesday, September 19
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  • Fermilab's Buffalo Fest attracts a herd of fans
  • Fermilab physicist Weimin Wu catalogs career in new book
  • PPD ES&H open house session a success
  • Keeping up with everyone else
  • From Discovery Channel, Sept. 18, 2007: Tiny galaxies help unravel dark matter mystery
  • From Beacon News, Sept. 19, 2007: Going underground at Fermilab

Tuesday, September 18
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  • ILC Citizens' Task Force tours underground tunnels
  • Tom Prosapio retires Sept. 25
  • Director's Corner: Root cause analysis
  • From Web Wire, Sept. 17, 2007: Argonne physicists create landmark accelerator gradient

Monday, September 17
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  • Obama representative eyes Fermilab's economic future
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Hand safety
  • From Kane County Chronicle, Sept. 16, 2007: Tunnel vision
  • From Science Daily, Sept. 14, 2007: Oldest stars may shed light on dark matter

Friday, September 14
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  • International flair in 2007-2008 Fermilab Arts Series
  • From ILC Newsline: Windy city prepares for ALCPG07
  • Photo of the Day: Peek-a-bug
  • From AFP, Sept. 12, 2007: Physicists solve six-decade challenge to create matter-antimatter molecules

Thursday, September 13
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  • DOE's Office of Science launches U.S. LHC Web site
  • Seven-digit dialing a thing of the past in 630 area
  • From iSGTW: Grids point to pollution solutions
  • Result of the Week: Searching for 23 percent of the universe at the Tevatron
  • From Space.com, Sept. 12, 2007: Small 'hobbit' galaxies made almost entirely of dark matter
  • From CNET news.com, Sept. 11, 2007: Stanford's X-ray vision

Wednesday, September 12
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  • Probability of Certainty; Reception on Friday, Sept. 14
  • GSA elects new officers
  • Time to build bridges in accelerator education
  • From AIP FYI, Sept. 5, 2007: No end in sight for FY 2008 appropriations bills

Tuesday, September 11
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  • Water causes ripple in Fermilab bird sightings
  • Director's Corner: Joint Dark Energy Mission
  • From SLAC Today, Sept. 10, 2007: Drell appointed acting director as Dorfan accepts new university position

Monday, September 10
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  • Service awards
  • Safety Tip of the Week: Rx safety eyewear
  • From The Business of Government Radio Hour, Sept. 8, 2007: Ray Orbach discusses DOE's science and research efforts
  • From Kane County Chronicle, Sept. 8, 2007: Buying time at Fermilab

Friday, September 7
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  • $225,000 awarded for joint UChicago - Fermilab Initiatives
  • Long Racetrack magnets go the distance
  • From ILC Newsline: Piece by piece
  • Computer safety awareness presentations on Sept. 11
  • From Physics Today, September 2007: Multiple problems push LHC start to next spring

Thursday, September 6
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  • Space telescope heads to dark energy finals
  • Buckwheat Zydeco brings zesty rhythms to Fermilab
  • Photo of the Day: The buzz about safety
  • From iSGTW: Joining the dots: creating interoperable grids
  • Result of the Week: Dipping into the strange sea
  • From Daily Herald, Sept. 5, 2007: Group to restore land on Fermilab campus
  • From Beacon News, Sept. 5, 2007: Employees think green at Fermilab

Wednesday, September 5
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  • Securing Fermilab savannas
  • Fermilab's "mother hen" retires Thursday
  • From the Particle Physics Division: Pulling together
  • From Chicago Tribune, Sept. 5, 2007: Scientific showdown takes shape
  • From Chicago Tribune, Sept. 5, 2007: Sidebar: What gives Europe a boost

Tuesday, September 4
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  • DOE's Mark Bollinger finds a home at Fermilab
  • Director's Corner: Crossroads
  • From Science Daily, Aug. 29, 2007: Low-energy neutrinos detected inside sun
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