Strengthening science connections with São Paulo

One of the largest efforts by São Paulo researchers on DUNE is the light-detection system known as ARAPUCA. This innovative device, developed by three Brazilian universities and Fermilab and named for the Guaraní word for bird trap, will collect very low light signals coming from the DUNE detectors…

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Fermilab expands international partnerships

In parallel with the high-level science and technology agreement recently signed with the United Kingdom that supports participation by that country in LBNF/DUNE, Fermilab and the Department of Energy’s Office of Science have been working with international partners to develop and execute agreements that pave the way towards greater scientific collaboration…

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New chair of LBNF/DUNE Resource Review Board

Alison Markovitz joins Fermilab (this week) as the laboratory’s first chief strategic partnerships officer. In this new role, Markovitz will lead externally focused activities that are key to Fermilab’s success, including two international groups supporting the Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility and Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, the laboratory’s government relations activities, and the Office of Communication…