The Dark Energy Survey officially began on Aug. 31. Using the powerful Dark Energy Camera, scientists will map a portion of the sky in unprecedented detail, seeking answers to the mystery of dark energy.
Over 35 days this summer, the Muon g-2 team successfully moved a 50-foot-wide fragile electromagnet from New York to Illinois, taking it 3,200 miles over land and sea. The magnet will be used in Fermilab's new Muon g-2 experiment. Read more about it below.
On Oct. 8, the Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to theorists Peter Higgs and Francois Englert, who independently predicted the existence of the Higgs boson. The elusive particle was discovered in July 2012 after a decades-long search, and Fermilab was at the heart of that quest. (Photo: CERN)
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Fermilab has launched the "Tune IT Up" campaign to improve computer security and promote best practices.
Fermilab's traffic safety awareness campaign aims to reduce traffic accidents and make traffic safety a top priority for everyone on site.