Sakue Yamada | 5 July 2012We in the ILC Research Directorate are thrilled with the announcement from CERN this week that a Higgs-like particle has been discovered. The Higgs particle has been a target of our experiments for over decades, and the affirming news from LHC finally means a great step forward. I wish to congratulate CERN and all physicists who contributed to this success.
Category: Research Director's Report | Tagged: DBD, detectors, Higgs, LEP, LHC, SLC, Tevatron
Image: Fermilab, Reidar Hahn | 14 June 2012The Tevatron may have stopped running, but it still manages to attract a massive crowd. On Monday, Fermilab celebrated the Tevatron's contributions to science, technology and society in the Tevatron Impact Symposium.
Category: Image of the week | Tagged: Fermilab, Tevatron
3 November 2011On 30 September, LCWS11 was winding down in Granada, Spain. On the other side of the world, the Tevatron shut down after 28 years of operation. Fermilab celebrated the life of the collider with a lab-wide ceremony and party.
Category: Slideshow | Tagged: Fermilab, Tevatron
6 October 2011The Tevatron again and again did the impossible. It was the world’s first superconducting synchrotron. It required the development of the world’s most intense, consistent source of antiprotons. It eventually operated 300 times beyond its original design capabilities.
Category: Around the World | Tagged: Fermilab, Tevatron
13 January 2011Today we received the news that we will not receive funding for the proposed Tevatron extension and consequently the Tevatron will close at the end of FY2011 as was previously planned. The present budgetary climate did not permit DOE to secure the additional funds needed to run the Tevatron for three more years as recommended by the High Energy Physics Advisory Panel.
Category: Around the World | Tagged: Fermilab, HEPAP, Tevatron, United States
29 July 2010Batavia, Ill.—New constraints on the elusive Higgs particle are more stringent than ever before. Scientists of the CDF and DZero collider experiments at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermilab revealed their latest Higgs search results today (July 26) at the International Conference on High Energy Physics, held in Paris from July 22-28. Their results rule out a significant fraction of the allowed mass range established by earlier experiments.
Category: Feature | Tagged: CDS, DZero, exclusion plot, Fermilab, Higgs, Higgs boson, Higgs mass, Tevatron