All are welcome to join John Quintana, Interim Deputy Laboratory Director for Operations/Chief Operations Officer, and Michael Dunn, Interim Deputy Chief Operations Officer, as they host “Conversations with Kearns” on Monday, Oct. 2. The conversation begins at 8:30 a.m. in the Building 213 Cafeteria’s “Krypton” meeting room.
“Conversations,” a weekly, informal gathering with Interim Laboratory … Read More »
The call for nominations for the 2017 Outstanding Staff Mentor Award, Outstanding Postdoctoral Mentor Award, and Outstanding Postdoctoral Supervisor Award is now open.
Nominations include a 250- to 500-word statement about the exceptional mentor in your life. Nominations are due by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017. Winners will be contacted in December.
Individuals … Read More »
Through the CELS Program Development Training Series, Argonne scientists, engineers and researchers develop the tools and knowledge to innovate and champion leading science and new funding programs. Monthly sessions introduce participants to the principals … Read More »
Learn how to stretch in the office at the “Workstation Fitness” class Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, at 12:15 p.m. in Building 400, Lower Level Gallery.
Led by Health and Employee Wellness Physical Therapist Assistant Joni Garcia, the class will demonstrate simple stretching techniques you can try during the workday, no equipment required. Participants will learn … Read More »
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the first controlled, self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction, the University of Chicago is hosting a series of events and exhibitions on campus beginning in September 2017.
The New Nuclear Landscape and its Implications for International Security, a conversation on the new nuclear landscape and its implications for international security, takes … Read More »
It is estimated that 80 percent of Americans will have back pain at some time.
Some common causes of back pain Weak muscles that do not adequately support the 33 bones and cushioning discs in our spines Medical conditions that limit spine flexibility Injuries from specific forces alone or related to excessive repetitive activity (e.g., … Read More »
It is time to follow up on the 2015 climate survey. Everyone’s feedback is essential as we continue our journey to build an inclusive and collaborative community.
Full- and part-time employees and postdocs are eligible to take the 10-minute survey. The survey is not designed to be completed on a mobile phone. Employees can take the survey … Read More »
Oleo Sponge inventors Seth Darling (STPO) and Jeffrey Elam (ES) join Argonne@Lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017, at 12:05 p.m. for a live broadcast on Argonne’s Facebook page. Darling and Elam will discuss the difficulties of oil cleanup and the science that led to their invention.
The Oleo Sponge easily absorbs oil … Read More »
- Scientific Domain-Informed Machine LearningDecember 12 - 3:00 pm
- Bright and Dark Bars in Spinning HalosDecember 13 - 11:00 am
- Multi-Reference Theory for Catalytic Activation of Small MoleculesDecember 14 - 11:00 am