Have you ever wanted a coil of glow-in-the-dark rope, maybe a spool of copper wire, or an anatomical model, vintage gas mask, or just a new rubber chicken. First Light host Brian O'Keefe visited a store this week where all those things, and more are displayed on the shelves or packed into tiny bins and baskets
Jim Jenkins became the third Fermi Lab Artist in Residence in early 2017. This month an exhibit of his work opened at the gallery space in Wilson Hall, it serves as a capstone for his year at the lab. It was a very busy year for the Geneva resident.