Fermilab’s Liz Sexton-Kennedy talks to Symmetry about her lifelong drive to learn and how it led to her current role as Chief Information Officer for Fermilab.
Physicists often find thrifty, ingenious ways to reuse equipment and resources.
After a rush to start up the first large prototype detector, stellar results show the technology for the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment is ready to shine.
Two videos now available digitally in high fidelity tell the story of Stanford Linear Accelerator Center’s inception and construction.
A graduate student looks for belonging inside and outside academia.
Fermilab’s Inclusivity Journal Club seeks answers to difficult social questions in science.
CERN inspired famous Dutch fashion artist Iris van Herpen to create her Magnetic Motion collection.
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REFUGES, started by physicist Tino Nyawelo, aims to give refugees and other underrepresented groups the tools to succeed in STEM.
Symmetry writer Mike Perricone presents his annual compilation of new popular science books related to particle physics and astrophysics.
What do you give a physicist who helped discover a fundamental particle and jump-started your science career?
A proton describes its final moments in the Large Hadron Collider.
During the short heavy-ion run at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, every moment counts.
1970s video footage recorded by musician Micky Dolenz when he visited the then-nascent Fermilab is now available on YouTube.
Predicted by Einstein and discovered in 1979, gravitational lensing helps astrophysicists understand the evolving shape of the universe.
Physicist Kira Burt dropped out of school at 16. Now she teaches students that anyone can be a scientist.