Purdue University honored Argonne Director Paul Kearns with the John E. Christian Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Argonne experts create e-learning modules for OSCE to support energy security stakeholders across member states.
Argonne National Laboratory will be participating in three new research projects with small businesses. These projects are part of $35 million in new funding from the Department of Energy to tap into the many talents within America's small businesses.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory scientist Amy Elliott is one of 120 women featured in a new exhibit, IfThenSheCan, at the Smithsonian to commemorate Women's History Month. A life-size 3D printed statue of Elliott, a manufacturing scientist, is now on display in the Smithsonian Castle in Washington, D.C., through March 27.
- Office of Science, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Advanced Manufacturing Office
Argonne leaders mark Women’s History Month by reflecting on how the glass ceiling began to crack and they helped to boost each other up in the national lab system.
A unique data set following Chinook salmon as they negotiate hydroelectric dams on the Columbia River is now available to researchers worldwide.
- Scientific Reports
- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Department of Energy
Argonne National Laboratory contributed critical tools and expertise to a new federal initiative designed to help states fairly and equitably build electric vehicle charging stations across the nation.
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory study some of the most fundamental questions about our universe: What are the properties of elementary particles? What drives the expansion of the universe? But the tools they use can lead to technologies that benefit everyday life.
Scientists from Washington University in St. Louis are helping to recover gases from a container of lunar soil that astronauts collected and sealed under vacuum on the surface of the Moon in 1972. The effort is part of NASA’s Apollo Next Generation Sample Analysis (ANGSA) initiative. Preliminary science results will be discussed during the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, held in Houston March 7-11, 2022.