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Giant electromagnet arrives at Fermilab

The 50-foot-wide electromagnet for the Muon g-2 experiment has completed its five-week journey from New York to Illinois.

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Stony Brook physicists test new detector

Using a new test-beam facility at SLAC, Stony Brook researchers are working to develop the next generation of cutting-edge particle detectors.

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T2K experiment catches neutrinos in the act

For the first time, an experiment has definitively observed the appearance of neutrinos that have changed from one type to another.

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Discovery at LHC leaves less room for new particles

Undiscovered particles could boost or suppress a newly observed process—but LHC scientists see no such effect.

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GERDA investigates the identity of the neutrino

Scientists on the GERDA experiment have placed new limits on a process that could reveal the true character of the neutrino.

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Future LHC super-magnets pass muster

Scientists in the US LHC Accelerator Research Program have successfully tested superconducting magnets needed to increase LHC collisions tenfold.

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Physicists boost electrons with lasers

Accelerator physicists at SLAC celebrate a successful step toward building smaller, cheaper accelerators.

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Nigel Lockyer appointed director of Fermilab

Nigel Lockyer, director of Canada’s TRIUMF laboratory since 2007, will take over for retiring Fermilab Director Pier Oddone.

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International Linear Collider design is ‘good to go’

After nearly a decade of R&D, the International Linear Collider global design effort crosses the finish line.

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CERN computing heads to Eastern Europe

To deal with increasingly data-hungry experiments at the Large Hadron Collider, CERN has built an addition to its data center—in Budapest.