Fermi Lab Co-Founder, Physicist Dr. Edwin Goldwasser Diesr. Edwin Goldwasser, a co-founder of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and one of the world's most prominent physicists who spent decades at the University of Illinois, has died at the age of 97.
Physicists' Nobel Prize For Neutrino Research A Big Boost For Counterparts At FermilabScientists at Fermilab on Tuesday were celebrating the Nobel Prize awarded to two physicists for their work on neutrinos, subatomic particles which are notoriously difficult to study.
Fermilab Installs Huge Magnet For Dark Matter ExperimentA 50-foot, 17-ton electromagnet settled into its new home at Fermilab on Thursday, where it will prepare to start searching for dark matter after a couple years of tweaking.
Physicist: New Fermilab Electromagnet A 'Masterpiece Of Science'A Fermilab scientist spoke Wendesday of beauty as he described a 50-foot electromagnet waiting to begin its work at its new home in Batavia.
Fermilab's 'Dark Energy Camera' One Of The Most Powerful In The WorldIn each snapshot it takes, more than 1,000 galaxies up to 8 billion light years away are revealed.
Massive Electromagnet Completes Arduous Trip To FermilabWithout twisting even an eighth of an inch, a 50-foot-wide electromagnet resembling a flying saucer finished an arduous 3,200-mile trip across land and sea on Friday, arriving at an Illinois laboratory where it will be used to study blazing-fast particles.
Giant Electromagnet Makes Pit Stop At Costco En Route To FermilabA marvel of physics is spending the day in a grocery store parking lot in the southwestern suburbs, before continuing its long journey to Fermilab in Batavia.
Giant Electromagnet's 3,200-Mile Trek To Fermilab Nearly FinishedKnown as the Muon G-2 Storage Ring, the electromagnet will be used to study muons, subatomic particles with a lifetime of only 2.2 millionths of a second, in hopes of discovering new subatomic particles.
Fermilab Physicist: Higgs Particle Mass Key To End Of The UniverseA Fermi lab physicist has delivered the ultimate downer, the entire universe is ending, in some uncounted billions of years hence. WBBM’s John Cody has a look at the upcoming event.
New Fermilab Camera Helping Look Into Ancient UniverseA powerful new camera built in the Chicago area by Fermilab is turning out pictures that look billions of years into the universe's past.
Fermilab Preparing For Historic Experiment With Neutrino BeamFermilab scientists are breaking new ground, with a project that most of would admit is hard to get our arms around.
Fermilab Physicists Close To Conclusive Discovery Of 'God Particle'Fermilab physicists say their now pretty sure they have seen tracks of the long-sought Higgs boson – popularly known as the God particle.