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Month: March 2009
US CMS collaboration wins DOE award
From Fermilab Today, 3/31/09: The U.S. Department of Energy has named the U.S. Compact Muon Solenoid detector project as a recipient of the DOE Secretary’s Award for Achievement.
Director of Marshall Space Flight Center retires
David King, director of the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville AL, has announced that he is retiring from the agency to take a position at Dynetics in Huntsville.
AMSC receives order from SECRI
CSA Corporate Sustaining Member American Superconductor has announced the expansion of its strategic alliance with Shanghai Electric Cable Research Institute (SECRI).
AAAS & AAPT talks now available
A website hosted by Fermilab is offering pdf and PowerPoint files of many of the talks given by scientists and teachers at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Chicago. This meeting coincided with the winter meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers. The talks are on topics related to physics, astrophysics and cosmology. Click here to go to the website.
Fermilab finds unexpected particle
From Fermilab Press Room: Particle oddball surprises CDF physicists at Fermilab
Fermilab experiments constrain Higgs mass
From Fermilab Today, March 13, 2009: CDF, DZero experiments exclude significant fraction of Higgs territory
Dr. Eric Isaacs named director of Argonne
Effective May 1, 2009, Eric D. Isaacs will be the next director of Argonne National Laboratory.
Rare single top quark discovered at Fermilab
From Fermilab Today, 3/9/2009: Fermilab collider experiments discover rare single top quark
CERN celebrates World Wide Web anniversary
An event at CERN on March 13 marked the 20th anniversary of the World Wide Web, the most well-known spin-off from CERN.
Fermi Telescope reveals massive gamma-ray blast
The Fermi gamma-ray telescope, an orbiting observatory designed and manufactured by researchers at Stanford University and SLAC, has captured the most massive, fastest and highest energy gamma-ray burst yet.
“Angels & Demons” lecture opportunity
Sony Pictures' upcoming release "Angels & Demons," starring Tom Hanks and Ayelet Zurer, will undoubtedly shine light on the particle physics community.