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Doing our part to make P5 a reality
Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer outlines how Fermilab is aligning the lab's priorities and activities to match those recommended by P5.
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Dark Energy Survey kicks off second season cataloging the wonders of deep space
With its second year under way, the DES team posts highlights and prepares to release images from its first year.
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LBNE collaboration expands to more than 500 members
The Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiment is now the largest neutrino experiment collaboration in the world. A process to form a new fully internationalized collaboration to be called the Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility has begun.
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Giant electromagnet completes its journey, moves into its new home at Fermilab
The gigantic electromagnet is the centerpiece of Fermilab's Muon g-2 experiment, which will investigate the properties of an elusive subatomic particle called the muon.
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Accelerator physicist invents new way to clean up oil spills
Arden Warner has developed a method that could revolutionize the process of oil spill damage control.
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How to weigh a galaxy cluster
The study of galaxy clusters is bringing scientists closer to an understanding of the "dark" universe.