A joint Fermilab/SLAC publication
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03/03/14

‘Particle Fever’ opens in the US

Particle Fever, a documentary that follows scientists involved in research at the Large Hadron Collider, opens this week in select theaters across the United States.

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02/28/14

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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02/24/14

Scientists complete the top quark puzzle

Fermilab’s CDF and DZero experiments have discovered the last predicted way to produce the top quark, the heaviest elementary particle.

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02/21/14

‘Black widow’ pulsars consume their mates

With a deadly embrace, ‘spidery’ pulsars devour their partners. One such pulsar is the first rapidly spinning black widow to be discovered using only gamma rays.

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02/19/14

Cosmic rays on demand

At SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, researchers are using a particle accelerator to help them search for the source of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays.

Photo of Olympic gold winner Dominique Gisin
02/13/14

Particle physics enthusiast ties for gold

Olympic downhill skier Dominique Gisin, who tied for gold in Sochi, is a fan of particle physics.

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02/11/14

NOvA sees first long-distance neutrinos

Even though only a portion of the NOvA neutrino experiment is completed, it has already seen its first neutrinos.

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02/10/14

Quarks in the looking glass

A recent experiment at Jefferson Lab probed the mirror symmetry of quarks, determining that one of their intrinsic properties is non-zero—as predicted by the Standard Model.

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01/28/14

A new dark-energy detector on the horizon

A dark-energy detector under development at Fermilab uses a different technique to generate full-color images of astronomical objects.

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01/21/14

First beam of antihydrogen atoms produced at CERN

The ASACUSA collaboration at CERN has successfully performed a new technique that will help them study the properties of antimatter.

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