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see Fermi National Accelerator LaboratoryFermi National Accelerator Laboratory
(Fermilab), physical science research center located near Batavia, Ill., est. 1968 as the National Accelerator Laboratory, renamed 1974 in honor of Enrico Fermi. It was built on the site of the former village of Weston.
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The Tevatron and the Large Hadron Collider now have similar beam intensities, but the Fermilab accelerator has been operating at that level for much longer, since about 2003, and has more data, Green says.
Fermilab generates millions in economic output for the state of Illinois each year and supports thousands of jobs.
Two years ago, Fermilab contacted Jose Alferez, manager of Veterans Student Services at College of DuPage, looking for student interns from the Automotive Technology and Electro-Mechanical Technology programs.
We want visitors to gain a better understanding of all the exciting things happening at Fermilab and a general appreciation for STEM fields and research," said Amanda Early, education program leader at Fermilab.
Theories that might account for the DZero result include supersymmetry, which assumes that each elementary particle in the standard model has an as-yet-undiscovered heavier superpartner, notes theorist Marcela Carena of Fermilab, who is not a member of the discovery team.
season to the Fox Valley area with the 2018 "Aqua Adventures" open house at Fermilab from 1 to 4 p.
According to Fermilab physicist Dan Hooper, who is not part of MiniBooNE, the excess could be because muon antineutrinos turn into sterile neutrinos before becoming electron antineutrinos, reports The New Scientist.
It's potentially very exciting," says theorist Craig Hogan of the University of Chicago and Fermilab, who is not on the CDMS team.
In a free STEM event, a scientist from Fermilab will help audiences understand the tiny neutrino particles and how they can help us all understand the world around us.