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Fermilab's Batavia site is currently closed to the general public.

 
  As a precautionary measure related to COVID-19, the entire Fermilab site in Batavia is closed to the general public. This includes access to the walking/bicycling paths. All public events and tours are canceled, postponed or held remotely until further notice. We appreciate your understanding.
For information on some of Fermilab's virtual offerings, please visit https://news.fnal.gov/2020/04/particle-physics-at-home/.
Information on Fermilab in the fight against COVID-19 is located at https://www.fnal.gov/pub/about/covid19/.
Additional information on Fermilab's precautions regarding COVID-19 is located at: https://www.fnal.gov/covid19.
 
 
 

Fermilab Summer Science Series

Attend a free online lecture and ask the experts your questions!

Program: The Summer Science Series is an online lecture series covering a variety of science topics followed by a question and answer session with the presenter and Fermilab staff.

Where: Online via Zoom

Suggested audience: Adults and students with a keen interest in science!

Contact: Lederman Science Center, Education Office: edreg@fnal.gov

Schedule:

June 14, 2020 at 1:00 PM:

"The Sky's the Limit: Radiation Hazards of Space Travel" - Jim Welsh, Loyola Medical Center and Hines VA Hospital.

June 28, 2020 at 1:00 PM:

"Looking Back in Time: Cosmology at the Beginning of the World" - Adam Anderson, Fermilab.

July 26, 2020 at 1:00 PM:

"Muon Physics at Fermilab" - Saskia Charity, Fermilab.

August 23, 2020 at 1:00 PM:

"The Mysteries of what Quantum Mechanics Means" - Adam Lyon, Fermilab.

From our participants:

"Adam, Amanda & Fermilab, thank you very much for your time and effort. This was AWESOME!"

"As always, Fermilab's lectures are quite informative and amazing. Congrats!"

"Saskia - you have such a clear way of describing what can be complicated concepts. Nice Job! This was a fabulous presentation and the graphics helped! Thank you!"

Stay tuned for the Fall 2020 launch of our Virtual Ask-a-Scientist Program! Follow us on Twitter @FermilabEd for updates!