Fermilab is America’s premier particle-physics laboratory. Founded in 1967 near Batavia, Illinois, and home to the discoveries of both the bottom and top quarks, Fermilab is now pivoting to focus on neutrino physics, accelerator design and searches for dark matter and dark energy. Already home to a slew of neutrino experiments with accelerator beams, Fermilab’s new flagship project, the DUNE experiment, will allow physicists to probe hitherto uncharted sensitivities in the search for leptonic CP violation.
CERN Courier laboratory correspondent: Kurt Riesselmann
Fermilab's E989 experiment aims to improve experimental errors by a factor of four.
Fermilab has announced the launch of HEPCloud, a step towards a new computing paradigm to deal with the vast quantities of data pouring in from existing and future facilities.
LSND, MiniBooNE and the reactor data are fairly compatible when interpreted in terms of sterile neutrinos, but they are in stark conflict with the null results from MINOS+ and IceC...
In late August, a beam of electrons successfully circulated for the first time through a new particle accelerator at Fermilab in the US. The Integrable Optics Test Accelerator (IOT...
The world’s largest liquid-argon neutrino detector has recorded its first particle tracks in tests at CERN.
Experiment E989 is a reincarnation of the muon g-2 experiment at BNL, which found the muon’s anomalous magnetic moment to be 3.5 sigma above the Standard Model prediction.