A joint Fermilab/SLAC publication
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Saving the Feynman van

A team of Richard Feynman’s friends and fans banded together to restore the Nobel laureate’s most famous vehicle.

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NOvA’s first neutrino

The first picture of a neutrino that traveled from Illinois to Minnesota shows the NOvA experiment’s advantage in studying neutrino properties.

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Possible expansion for South Pole detector

Physicists hope to seek out the source of cosmic neutrinos by expanding the IceCube neutrino detector to 10 times its current size.

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Meet the next director of TRIUMF

In July, Johns Hopkins University physicist Jonathan Bagger will begin a six-year term as director of TRIUMF laboratory in Vancouver.

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Expanding universe measured with precision

The Sloan Digital Sky Survey has made the most precise measurement of the expansion rate of the universe over a period of time, an important step toward understanding dark energy.

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CDMS result covers new ground in search for dark matter

The Cryogenic Dark Matter Search has set more stringent limits on light dark matter.

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Watch the next big neutrino experiment come together

A video from Fermilab highlights some of the many steps needed to build the largest neutrino experiment in the United States.

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Four things you might not know about dark matter

How much do you really know about dark matter? Symmetry looks at one of the biggest remaining mysteries in particle physics.

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10 journals to go open-access in 2014

As part of the SCOAP3 publishing initiative, 10 journals in high-energy physics will offer unrestricted access to their peer-reviewed articles, starting January 1.

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The early universe

How is it possible to look at the earliest moments of the universe? Physicists have their ways—and what they find out will tell us a lot about how the universe works today and how it will unfold in the future.