Fermilab Education Office has transferred the three activities below from its website (www-ed.fnal.gov) to a CD-Rom for classroom use. Fermilabyrinth is targeted, but not limited to a middle-school audience studying the physical sciences. The Calculate the Mass of the Top Quark and Anatomy of a Detector are more appropriate for high school students and university students. Searching for the Building Blocks of Matter is also available from Fermilabyrinth under Diggin' Deeper or by direct access from the CD. If you like them on the web and want to use them in the classroom, order our CD from the Teacher Resource Center.

Anatomy of a Detector Anatomy of a Detector
Top Quark Activity Top Quark Activity

Activities from the Education Office at Fermi National Accelerator Lab, a Department of Energy's Office of Science Lab