The UChicago Physical Sciences Division Women in Science, Argonne’s Women in Science and Technology Program (WIST) and the Women of FermiLab are hosting a reception at the University of Chicago designed to help us expand their scientific networks, share initiatives from their respective organizations and discuss new ideas on how to … Read More
The employee resource group Spectrum and the Women in Science and Technology Program will host a seminar “Becoming Tatyana – a Transgender Woman’s Journey of Self-discovery,” Thursday, March 29, 2018, from … Read More »
Last Friday, the President signed into law a final fiscal year (FY) 2018 spending bill, which funds the government through Sept. 30, 2018. The $1.3 trillion package significantly increases investment in research and development, providing $34.5 billion for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The details reveal a promising picture for Argonne and its … Read More »
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The latest TWIST tour (Tours of the Women in Science and Technology Program) will explore Argonne’s scientific glassblowing facility which provides scientists the opportunity to acquire sophisticated custom glassware to assist them in their research activities. After successful design interaction between the glassblower and scientists, components are fabricated using glass … Read More »
In February, during the last severe snowstorm of the season, Claybourne White (PSC) assisted the Advanced Photon Source (APS) in providing continuity of operations by superintending facility users’ safety overnight.
The APS operates on a 24/7 basis, and users visiting the lab often stay at the Guest House. Thus, they can remain safely on site … Read More »
Depending on weather conditions, prescribed burns may be held on site today in the 600 Area and south of the 200 Area.
The burns help to promote the health of native plants, eliminate unwanted exotic plants and reduce the probability of wildfires.
Burns are conducted only on days that meet certain weather criteria, including wind … Read More »
Avoid a white-knuckled commute and antacids for breakfast! If you take I-55 north to Lemont Road to enter through Westgate in the morning, you may want to consider taking an alternate route in order to avoid potential traffic safety risks. Three alternate routes are mapped out, and turn-by-turn directions are listed below.
Alternate Route … Read More »
Virgin Pulse’s late winter “Step it Up for a Better You” challenge attracted 450 participants and 63 teams, surpassing last year’s participation by 10 percent. As teams progressed through the challenge, they unlocked custom information online in Virgin Pulse about safely staying active during the winter, eating well, sleeping well, avoiding winter blues and being … Read More »
Principal Nuclear Engineer Bo Feng (NE) will discuss his Laboratory-Directed Research and Development (LDRD) sponsored work at the LDRD Seminar Series presentation Tuesday, March 27, 2018. “Simulation and Design of a Test … Read More »
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Argonne’s Women in Science and Technology Program (WIST) has created a series of videos reflecting on the group’s own history.
In the current installment, WIST members reflect on the impact the group’s efforts have had at the laboratory. View the video here.
- Accelerating Materials Design with Machine LearningMarch 25 - 10:30 am
- Next-Generation Robotics and Remote SystemsMarch 25 - 11:00 am
- Event Generators in Neutrino Oscillation and Cross-Section ExperimentsMarch 25 - 3:30 pm
- 20 Minutes with Zina Jarrahi-CinkerMarch 15, 2019
- Hydrogen From Water And SunMarch 7, 2019
- University of Wisconsin-Madison Joins Chicago Quantum ExchangeFebruary 28, 2019