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I always bring here friends who are out of the area and know nothing about existence if this laboratory and surrendering grounds. It is open for visitors 7 days a week. You don’t pay to visit it. There is a great view from the 15th...More
I am continually blown away by what scientists are doing and have discovered at Fermilab. It’s a fabulous place to visit (scenery, buffalo herd, vista from the observation tower, art gallery, and following the docents around as they tour you through this terrific place). Fermilab...More
Our docent Cathy took five of us on the regular Wednesday tour but we were no ordinary group. One was an employee with a friend, and my buddy and I can speak technology well. Besides, the two of us are known for asking questions, which...More
Since 1967, the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, more commonly referred to as Fermilab, has worked to answer such fundamental questions as "What are we made of?" and "How did the Universe begin?" and "What secrets do the smallest particles of matter hold?" and "How can...More
Went to there a few years beck when volunteering as mentor for the local high school math and engineering program, also I studied radiochemistry as my major in college. With a great respect for this place that many famous nuclear scientists worked at here here...More
Two years ago we visited the Homestake Mine in South Dakota and learned about the dark matter experiment. So cool to visit here and see the other end of the experiment!
Loved all the exhibits on the 15th floor of the Wilson Building.
I grew up near FermiLab and would actually ride my bike out there to take advantage of their huge Steinway concert grand to practice on. When it was built, I was a little girl and loved visiting the bison herd with my dad. All I...More
The cancer research has been wonderful. I don't think the public knows how much they have done. They have interactive displays which makes it interesting for children. Love walking the paths. My favorite is stopping to see the buffalo on the grounds.
In late May we went to the Fermi National Accelerator lab in Batavia to take a docent tour. We were a bit worried because we did not have a reservation for the tour and were hoping that there would be a no show...there were two...More