Congressman Bill Foster Explains Future of Fermilab

May 14, 2009

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Congressman Bill Foster is a physicist who participated in several big projects while working at Fermilab for 22 years. But as the Congressional Representative for the area, Foster's job now involves bringing attention and funding to the lab. He tells us whether Fermilab's Tevatron collider might be shut down now that Europe's Large Hadron Collider – or LHC – has displaced it as the highest energy particle collider in the world.

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