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INVITATION TO JOURNALISTS: LEPTON-PHOTON 2003 AUGUST 11-16 AT FERMILAB
Discoveries in cosmology, astrophysics and accelerator-based experiments are revolutionizing the field of particle physics. The Lepton-Photon 2003 Symposium at Fermilab August 11-16 will bring together leaders in particle physics from all over the world. Some 800 scientists will come together to present new results and to take stock of the rapidly
changing understanding of matter, time and the cosmos.
The organizers of Lepton-Photon 2003 invite science journalists to attend this conference. Conference registration is free for members of the press. Register on line at http://ppd89809.fnal.gov/lp03/lp03_reg2.htm and check the box marked “Media Representative.” More information is available on the conference Web site at http://conferences.fnal.gov/lp2003/index.html
SPECIAL PRESS EVENTS
Lab Directors’ Panel: The directors of particle physics laboratories in the U.S., Europe and Asia discuss the worldwide future of particle physics Presentations for the press by experts on
- Neutrino physics: Latest results, developing theory, what’s ahead
- B physics: BaBar at SLAC and BELLE at KEK are producing new data - do we now understand the imbalance of matter and antimatter in the cosmos?
- The Data Grid: What is it, who’s doing it, and how will it change science?
- Exotic physics: strings, extra dimensions, dark matter, dark energy…
Tours of the CDF and DZero experiments now operating at the Fermilab Tevatron
Interview opportunities with theorists and experimentalists from around the world and from every area of particle physics. (Translators available)
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