Archive: October 2009

Friday, Oct. 30
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  • Fermilab Special Result of the Week: CDMS looks for finger prints of axions
  • Recovery Act Feature: Roll out the wavelength shifter barrel
  • High school students from Japan visit Fermilab
  • Special Announcement: Daylight saving time: Change your clock and battery
  • In Brief: TSA program requires additional passenger data

Thursday, Oct. 29
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  • In Brief: Flu reporting goes digital
  • Fermilab Result of the Week: The Tao of Tau
  • Two particle accelerators, one Higgs search
  • In Memoriam: Marianne Champion
  • Photo of the Day: NOvA construction
  • In the News: Gamma-ray restricts ways to beat Einstein's relativity

Wednesday, Oct. 28
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  • From symmetry breaking: America's accelerator future
  • From the Computing Division: Group Leader Eileen Berman, at your Service Desk
  • In Memoriam: Robert "Obie" Oberholtzer
  • Special Announcement: "Taking Care of Yourself as Caregiver" talk today
  • Photo of the Day: Service Awards - 35 years
  • Special Announcement: Nominations now accepted for director's volunteer award
  • In the News: Storage ring dust-up

Tuesday, Oct. 27
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  • Ron Moore, new chair of the Users' Executive Committee
  • Director's Corner: PASAG
  • Special Announcement: Fermilab releases long-range accelerator schedule
  • Photo of the Day: Service Awards - 30 years
  • From symmetry breaking: Beam is back in the LHC

Monday, Oct. 26
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  • High schools visit Fermilab for scientific symposium
  • ES&H Tips of the Week - Safety: At pedestrian crosswalks, please share and share alike
  • Photo of the Day: Fermilab softball league champions
  • In the News: It's on! "God particle" race intensifies as Obama tries to keep particle smasher in hunt

Friday, Oct. 23
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  • Workshop designs possible futures for Project X
  • Recovery Act Feature: Hot computers, cool upgrades through Recovery Act funds
  • Recreation Feature of the Month: Classes, events and discounts for November
  • Special Announcement: An Experiment in Perspective art gallery reception tonight
  • Photo of the Day: Service Awards - 10 years
  • Special Announcement: Special lecture on secure software system development
  • ES&H hosts safety fair

Thursday, Oct. 22
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  • University Profile: Indiana University South Bend
  • Fermilab Result of the Week: Sorting out the soft mess
  • Special Announcement: ES&H fair during lunch hours today in Wilson Hall atrium
  • Special Announcement: Annual enrollment for health benefits ends tomorrow
  • Special Announcement: Extreme Beam lecture series 4 p.m. Thursday in Curia II
  • Photo of the Day: Service Awards - 10 years
  • In the News: So close, yet so far

Wednesday, Oct. 21
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  • Indian ambassador praises Fermilab-India collaboration
  • From the Technical Division: Scientific career opportunities
  • Special Announcement: Extreme Beam lecture series 4 p.m. Thursday in Curia II
  • Photo of the Day: Service Awards - 10 years
  • In the News: The science of spending stimulus money wisely

Tuesday, Oct. 20
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  • Eagle project at Fermilab will replace picnic table wood
  • Director's Corner: Two meetings
  • Frequently asked questions about sick leave for H1N1
  • Special Announcement: Oppenheimer, Wilson and physicists of the nuclear age
  • In the News: Considering an alternative fuel for nuclear energy

Monday, Oct. 19
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  • For adventurous physicists, D.C. holds jobs, speaker says
  • ES&H Tips of the Week - Health: Protect yourself for the flu season
  • Photo of the Day: New employees
  • In the News: Supersymmetry particles - the pot of gold at the end of matter

Friday, Oct. 16
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  • In Memoriam: John Elias
  • Recovery Act Feature: Fermilab cryomodule move advances SRF progress
  • Special Announcement: Hot Buttered Rum performs next Saturday at Fermilab
  • In the News: Fermilab Recovery Act Funds boost SLAC accelerator tech

Thursday, Oct. 15
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  • U.S. LHC Users ready for anticipated restart
  • Fermilab Result of the Week: Leptoquarks: subatomic soul mates
  • University Profile: Imperial College London
  • In the News: Einstein's theory of general relativity may have been flawed

Wednesday, Oct. 14
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  • From symmetry breaking: The future of neutrino physics in Europe
  • From the Accelerator Division: Getting ready for the future
  • In Brief: Phishing season
  • Safety Update: ES&H weekly report
  • In the News: Magnet lab to investigate promising superconductor

Tuesday, Oct. 13
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  • White honored for research, collaboration and outreach
  • Director's Corner: NNN09
  • In Brief: New traffic safety course for Fermilab drivers
  • From Wired, Oct. 7, 2009: More than meets the eye: How the CCD transformed science
  • Creators of Star Wars fan film celebrate trailer premier

Monday, Oct. 12
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  • A champion of the Tevatron earns APS accolades
  • ES&H Tips of the Week - Ecology: Environmentally preferable purchasing strategies
  • Register now for Workshop on Applications of High- Intensity Proton Accelerators
  • Milestones
  • From Today at Berkely Lab, Oct. 5, 2009: Moishe Pripstein awarded Andrei Sakharov Prize

Friday, Oct. 9
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  • CMS Result of the Month: The great accelerator in the sky
  • Recovery Act funds new space to house computers
  • From Secretary of Energy Steven Chu: Save Award campaign -- One week left to submit your idea
  • East gate Q&A

Thursday, Oct. 8
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  • Physics of Project X meeting to probe lab's future research
  • Result of the Week: Precision measurement of top-quark pair-production
  • FRA conducting director review
  • Chilean singer and guitarist will perform at lunch today
  • From Science Daily, Oct. 5, 2009: Physicists seek to keep next-gen colliders in one piece

Wednesday, Oct. 7
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  • MicroBooNE receives CD-0
  • From FESS: Reflecting on a season of success
  • Fire drill set for Thursday
  • ES&H weekly report, Oct. 6
  • From Associated Press, Oct. 6, 2009: Three Americans share 2009 Nobel Prize in physics

Tuesday, Oct. 6
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  • Indian institutions, Fermilab team up for SRF technology
  • Director's Corner: Testimony
  • Call for nominations for the Director's Award
  • From Summer of Science, Sept. 26, 2009: Robert Wilson's weird dream lab: Fermilab part 1
  • From The New York Times, Oct. 7, 2009: Name that atom smasher

Monday, Oct. 5
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  • New community board to advise Fermilab
  • ES&H Tips of the Week - Computer Security: Evading identity theft in an underground economy
  • From Secretary of Energy Steven Chu: Submit your DOE cost-saving suggestions by Oct. 14
  • Performance recognition awards go to employees
  • From, Oct. 2, 2009: New director for the John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science

Friday, Oct. 2
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  • Beijing launches ROC
  • Recovery Act Feature: Crews pour first concrete at NOvA site
  • Special Announcement: Prairie Seed Harvest tomorrow
  • From American Institute of Physics, Oct. 1, 2009: FY 2010 DOE Office of Science Appropriations Bill

Thursday, Oct. 1
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  • ROC helps staff longest-ever CMS cosmic run
  • Result of the Week: Up quark linebackers
  • University Profile: University of Arizona
  • Special Announcement: Fiscal update
  • From the CERN Courier, Sept. 30, 2009: Life in physics and the crucial sense of wonder
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