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What's in a Name?

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory was named after a pioneer in the science of particle physics, Enrico Fermi, who was born in Rome, Italy, on September 29, 1901 and died November 28, 1954. Fermi's accomplishments were in both theoretical and experimental physics.  Learn more about Enrico Fermi.

Educational Site

For a list of events offered at Fermilab visit the Fermilab Education Website.


About Illinois Space Grant Consortium


Strategic Plan


To enhance teaching and research participation to attract undergraduates to modern science and engineering.


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To provide strong academic training through research experiences focused on aerospace science and engineering.


To enhance precollege students' and the general public's science, engineering, mathematics and technology (SEMT) skills and knowledge.

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Last Updated: January 6, 2010