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07/05/15
The Guardian

Mistakes are embarrassing, and getting over-excited about a statisitical anomaly is silly.

07/02/15
Popular Mechanics

Cleanup efforts at Fukushima have a boost from halfway around the world.

07/01/15

Higgs factory proposed for Beijing

Scientists in China hope to build a successor to the Large Hadron Collider—and take a new place on the international particle physics stage.

06/29/15
Black Hills Pioneer

Sanford Lab will host the largest international science experiment ever planned for US soil.

Instrument finds new earthly purpose

02/23/17

Detectors long used to look at the cosmos are now part of X-ray experiments here on Earth.

09/20/12

African School of Physics student awarded international fellowship

Laza Rakotondravohitra will pursue his Ph.D. as part of the MINERvA experiment at Fermilab.

09/18/12

ATLAS collaboration gains real recognition for virtual visits program

A jury of 30 experts judged the ATLAS Virtual Visits program as the top online event of 2012 in European public relations and communication.

09/18/12

Klystron

Klystrons are at the heart of particle accelerators, radar, cancer treatments and some radio telescopes.

09/12/12

NOvA: Exploring neutrino mysteries

On Monday, Sept. 10, crews finished installing the first block of the 14-kiloton NOvA detector. What will the experiment do?

09/11/12

From particle physics to the computing industry

A new generation of computer scientists is applying unique skills learned in particle physics to tough problems in industry, working on everything from high-efficiency light bulbs to Internet searc

09/05/12

The Dark Energy Camera opens its eyes

A long-awaited device that will help unravel one of the universe’s most compelling mysteries gets ready to see first light.

09/05/12

SLAC at 50

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory honors its five-decade history as it forges ahead into new areas of scientific research.

09/05/12

SLAC at 50

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory honors its five-decade history as it forges ahead into new areas of scientific research.