Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
in Batavia, Illinois, is the premier particle physics lab in the United States. A global leader in neutrino physics, Fermilab has launched a three-experiment program
to search for a theorized fourth kind of neutrino, and ICARUS will be the largest of those three. Fermilab scientists constructed the new building on the Fermilab site where the detector will be installed, and partnered with CERN in the development of the cryogenic system for the detector. Fermilab’s neutrino beam will provide a steady stream of particles to the ICARUS detector, breathing new life into this groundbreaking machine.