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Building an instrument to map the universe in 3-D
The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument will study the origins and effects of dark energy by creating the largest 3-D map of the universe to date. Fermilab is making four major contributions to the project, hosted by Berkeley Lab.
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Chicago Science Fest - May 28-30
Fermilab scientists will reveal the mysteries of dark matter, dark energy and neutrinos at a three-day science extravaganza.
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Two Large Hadron Collider experiments first to observe rare subatomic process
Two experiments at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, have combined their results and observed a previously unseen subatomic process.
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The United States and CERN upgrade their relationship
A new agreement paves the way for joint projects between the United States and CERN.
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Ten things you might not know about antimatter
Antimatter has fueled many a supernatural tale. It's also fascinating all by itself.
New beamline at Fermilab Test Beam Facility delivers beam to LArIAT
Accelerator operators have begun sending particles to the LArIAT R&D experiment, which will help advance particle detector technologies for neutrino research.