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04/14/15

LSST construction begins

The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope will take the most thorough survey ever of the Southern sky.

04/13/15

DES releases dark matter map

The Dark Energy Survey's detailed maps may help scientists better understand galaxy formation.

04/13/15
Huffington Post

The LHC has demonstrated that it can operate at full energy.

04/10/15

LHC breaks energy record

The Large Hadron Collider has beaten its own world record for accelerating particles.

Our galactic neighborhood

08/30/16

What can our cosmic neighbors tell us about dark matter and the early universe?

02/01/12

Going public

How the public release of data from the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope’s main instrument has affected the hundreds of researchers who use it—and resulted in more and better science.

02/01/12

Journey to the center of the Earth

Using an antineutrino detector based in Japan, researchers can tell what makes the Earth's interior hot and better understand the planet's workings.

02/01/12

Taking the heat out of nuclear waste

Particle accelerators have the potential to address critical issues for the future of nuclear energy.

02/01/12

Bulldoggish on science

West of Chicago, the town of Batavia, Ill., has long been dominated by two images: Fermilab and the local high school mascot, the bulldog.

10/01/11

Science worth trudging for

Would you walk 10,000 steps for a piece of glass the size of a deck of cards?

10/01/11

Symmetry

Symmetry is an expression of exact correspondence between things.

10/01/11

Cyclotron patent

On January 26, 1932, Ernest Lawrence applied for a patent on the cyclotron.

10/01/11

Solving for X

A proposed new accelerator complex at Fermilab would open up the Intensity Frontier of particle physics.