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09/09/19
Fermilab

Scientists achieved the highest magnetic field strength ever recorded for an accelerator steering magnet, setting a world record of 14.1 teslas. 

09/06/19
New York Times

He did groundbreaking work toward finding a “theory of everything.” He died in an Alpine rock-climbing accident.

09/05/19
Breakthrough Prize

The $3 million prize will be shared equally with 347 scientists co-authoring any of the six papers published by the EHT on April 10.

09/02/19
CERN

On Saturday, September 14, and Sunday, September 15, CERN will open its doors to the public.

Q&A: Becky Thompson

09/12/19

Meet the comic-creating, triathlete, Hufflepuff physicist who’s also the new head of Fermilab’s Office of Education and Public Outreach.

09/10/19

Finding happiness in hardware

Working on hardware doesn’t come easily to all physicists, but Francesca Ricci-Tam has learned that what matters most is a willingness to put in the practice.

09/05/19

Q&A with nuclear scientist Maria Żurek

 Żurek shares her experiences from the 2019 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

09/03/19

A new way to study high-energy gamma rays

The Cherenkov Telescope Array will combine experimental and observatory-style approaches to investigate the universe’s highest energies.

08/29/19

Upcycled instrument tied to auspicious accelerator

A composer has given new life to an amplifier used within a historically significant particle accelerator.

08/27/19

Channeling Shuri as a physicist at Wakandacon

Fermilab scientist Jessica Esquivel donned a superhero costume to celebrate diversity in STEM, nerdiness and science at Wakandacon in Chicago.

08/22/19

Holography class gives students new perspective

A holography class at the Ohio State University combines art and physics to provide a more complete picture of how we understand the world around us.

08/20/19

With open data, scientists share their work

There are barriers to making scientific data open, but doing so has already contributed to scientific progress.

08/15/19

Crossing fields

Karen Uhlenbeck’s pioneering work marries math with physics.