Browse the May 2006 Archives:

SLAC Today - Wednesday, May 31, 2006

  •     SPEAR3 Approved for 500mA
  •     People Today: Anita Riebhoff - Curing AIDS, One Step at a Time
  •     Overview: Listening to Government
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Make a Plan

    SLAC Today - Tuesday, May 30, 2006

  •     An Irresistible Force Meets Its Match
  •     Dorfan Today: Do You Value SLAC Today? It's Crucial to Hear Both the Positive and Negative
  •     Today's SLUO Seminar: Listening to Government
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: What To Do if the Lights Go Out

    SLAC Today - Friday, May 26, 2006

  •     Special Event: Listening to Washington
  •     SLAC Summer Institute Focuses on CERN's LHC
  •     Milestones are Back!
  •     SLAC Today Survey Distributed Today
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: What is the Electrical Safety Support Group?

    SLAC Today - Thursday, May 25, 2006

  •     SLAC Today Takes Stock: How Are We Doing?
  •     Science Today: String Theory Searches for the Standard Model
  •     U.C. Berkeley-Stanford Summer School Deadline
  •     Photo: French Delegation Pays a Visit to SLAC
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Stay Grounded!

    SLAC Today - Wednesday, May 24, 2006

  •     2006 Globies Awarded
  •     People Today: Wolf, the Iron Woman
  •     PEP-II Breaks Record
  •     Photo: French Delegation Pays a Visit to SLAC
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Keep Batteries Safe

    SLAC Today - Tuesday, May 23, 2006

  •     SLAC Researchers Develop Flight Software
  •     Safety Today: Being Safe with Cars, Bikes and People
  •     Photo: Final Focus Test Beam Removal Underway
  •     WIS Seminar: Age Management Medicine in the 21st Century
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Get The Right Training

    SLAC Today - Monday, May 22, 2006

  •     LCLS Opens Drive Laser Facility
  •     Dorfan Today: GLAST - One Step Closer to Launch
  •     SLAC Seeks Tour Guides
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Tampering With Lock and Tag

    SLAC Today - Friday, May 19, 2006

  •     New SPEAR3 Diagnostic Beamline Up and Running
  •     Colloquium: Mark Ellisman - Imaging the Nervous System
  •     Road to B35 and B81 Closed this Afternoon
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Cable Tray Upkeep

    SLAC Today - Thursday, May 18, 2006

  •     SLAC to Help Build KEK's ATF2
  •     Science Today: A Happy Easter for ILC Ring to Main Linac Team
  •     A Safety Message from President Hennessy
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Proper Operation of Circuit Breakers

    SLAC Today - Wednesday, May 17, 2006

  •     Biking to Work: Not Just for Grad Students
  •     People Today: Sight-Fishing in Brazil
  •     SLAC's Non-Gas-Guzzler
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Why Cotton?

    SLAC Today - Tuesday, May 16, 2006

  •     Deputy Secretary of Energy Visits SLAC
  •     Safety Today: What Use Are Breaker Panel Labels?
  •     symmetry magazine: Signs of the Times

    SLAC Today - Monday, May 15, 2006

  •     SLAC's GLAST Collaboration Celebrates the Shipping of LAT
  •     Dorfan Today: New SLAC Brochure Released to Washington
  •     SLAC to Host Web Engineering Conference
  •     Web Calendar Redesign
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Power Strip Safety

    SLAC Today - Friday, May 12, 2006

  •     ILC Moves Ahead
  •     SLAC Colloquium: The ATLAS Experiment
  •     Recent Changes to the SLAC Training System
  •     Photo of the Day: Turtle on North Service Road
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Use an Independent Verification of LOTO

    SLAC Today - Thursday, May 11, 2006

  •     Loop Road Reopens on Monday
  •     Science Today: SSRL - Developing New Ways to Treat Arthritis
  •     Road Between Buildings 33 and 24 Closed Friday
  •     Gear Up: Bike to Work Day is Coming to SLAC
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Electrical Equipment Safety

    SLAC Today - Wednesday, May 10, 2006

  •     New Report Gives Context for the Study of Very Small Things
  •     People Today: Hills Are Easy
  •     Correction to Article on Site-wide Safety Talks
  •     Hands-on Workshop on X-ray Scattering
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Why Use PPE?

    SLAC Today - Tuesday, May 9, 2006

  •     New Information in the Fight Against Drug-resistant Bacteria
  •     Safety Today: Site-wide Safety Discussions this Thursday
  •     Juneteenth Celebration: Tickets Now On Sale
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Hazardous, Toxic, Smoky Cables

    SLAC Today - Monday, May 8, 2006

  •     SSRL Aids Development of Plastic Electronics
  •     Dorfan Today: Living the "I" of the ILC
  •     Harold Shapiro's Talk Available Online
  •     SLAC Welcomes New Employees
  •     It's Pief's Birthday!
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: What Makes Safety Glasses Safe?

    SLAC Today - Friday, May 5, 2006

  •     Brian Greene to Address Congress
  •     SLAC Colloquium: Challenges to Development in India
  •     EPP2010 Committee Chair to Speak Today
  •     SPIRES Author Second to None
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Plug It In

    SLAC Today - Thursday, May 4, 2006

  •     Come to Harold Shapiro's Talk
  •     Science Today: KIPAC - Computer Simulations of Pulsars
  •     Upgrading PeopleSoft Financial Applications
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Lock Out Tag Out Locks

    SLAC Today - Wednesday, May 3, 2006

  •     Planning for Operations in the LCLS Era
  •     People Today: Hanley Lee Appointed New DOE Deputy Site Office Manager
  •     Second Cryogenic Operations Workshop
  •     Electrical Safety Tip: Safety Glasses and Face Shields

    SLAC Today - Tuesday, May 2, 2006

  •     Phase Two of FFTB Removal Begins
  •     Safety Today: Site-Wide Injury Prevention Discussion
  •     DOE Designates May Electrical Safety Month

    SLAC Today - Monday, May 1, 2006

  •     Staying Safe During an Emergency
  •     Dorfan Today: A Visit to Washington
  •     Beware the Dominator

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