What is Fermilab?
Scientists at Fermilab carry out research in high-energy physics
to answer the questions: What is the universe made of? How does it
work? Where did it come from?
Contributions to Science and Society
Research at Fermilab has led to scientific discoveries and technological advances.
The next best thing to visiting Fermilab in person.
Research at Fermilab
Active experiments and projects now under way at the laboratory.
A guide to Fermilab's management structure.
Fermilab strives to provide an environment and maintain an atmosphere in which both staff and visitors can live and work with pride and dignity without regard to such differences as race, religion, sex, or national origin.
Fermilab's founder, Robert Wilson, created "an architecturally significant center, a place to which physicists will be attracted by the physical beauty as well as by the beautiful facilities for research in particle physics."
History and Archives Project
Fermilab's prairies, forests, ponds and wetlands are home to birds, fish, butterflies - as well as particle physics research.
Answers to the questions most commonly asked.
The Department of Energy, through its Office of Science, supports more than
90 percent of the federally funded research in high-energy physics in the
United States. Fermilab is a DOE national laboratory.
At a time of transition, challenge, and opportunity in elementary particle physics, Universities Research Association (URA) and the University of Chicago (UChicago) have joined forces to create Fermi Research Alliance (FRA), a limited liability company (LLC).
Science in the Neighborhood
Fermilab has strong interactions with people in neighboring communities. Information
and an interactive communication link for our neighbors.
Information on the safety and environmental aspects of research at Fermilab.
Office of Communication
News and information about Fermilab and the world of particle physics.