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Primed for a Quantum Leap in Research

Since being proposed a half-century ago, quantum computing has been confined to science fiction and the daydreams of physicists. Then that all changed.“In the last...
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A New Gem Inside the CMS Detector

Sometimes big questions require big tools. That’s why a global community of scientists designed and built gigantic detectors to monitor the high-energy particle collisions...

New beginning at FAST: Research accelerator reaches design beam energy

On May 16, Fermilab sent an electron beam with an energy of 50 million electronvolts, or MeV, through the photoinjector at the Fermilab Accelerator...
Accelerator Neutrino-Neutron Interaction Experiment ANNIE

ANNIE finds a home at Fermilab

If you’ve passed by the old SciBooNE hall at Fermilab in the last couple of months, you might have heard a bit of commotion....

Probing the Transforming World of Neutrinos

Every second, trillions of neutrinos travel through your body unnoticed. Neutrinos are among the most abundant particles in the universe, but they are difficult...
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Scientists Discover New Four-flavor Particle

Stony Brook University physicists part of collaborative that finds new member of the telequark family