When we’re in public, particularly in a noisy environment, we don’t expect that our conversations can be overheard. But voices carry. And it’s not hard to spy on someone who isn’t careful about what they say and where they say it. The art of eavesdropping isn’t hard. If someone wanted to listen in, and practiced … Read More
Several Argonne researchers were honored with awards at the U.S. Department of Energy Vehicle Technologies Office 2018 Annual Merit Review and the EERE Fuel Cell Technology Office Awards.
Distinguished Achievement Award: Andy Burnham (ES)
Burnham was … Read More »
Educational Programs would like to invite all staff and students to watch undergraduate interns present Ignite Talks about their summer research. Ignite Talks, similar to Ted-style talks, are a fast-paced presentation style in which presenters use 20 picture-centric slides, which automatically advance every 15 seconds, to tell their stories.
The student presentations will take place … Read More »
Due Aug. 3
The Technology Commercialization and Partnerships Division (TCP) seeks candidate technologies for submission to and participation in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Technology Transfer Opportunity Program (TTO).
The due date to recommend a technology to TCP is Friday, Aug. 3, 2018. A proposal is not required.
“Titans” host Bret Kugelmass interviews experts throughout the field nuclear energy. A mechanical engineer, former robotics entrepreneur, inventor of the internet-connected drone and climate change thought leader, Kugelmas seeks to create an … Read More »
The Guest House Restaurant and the 401 Grill will be offering hot dog specials for lunch on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, in honor of National Hot Dog Day.
The Guest House Restaurant will feature a build your own hot dog bar for $7.95 and the 401 Grill will have a foot-long combo special on the … Read More »
It goes by many names. The U.S. Department of Defense calls it FOUO “For Official Use Only.” Here at the laboratory, the U.S. Department of Energy calls it OUO, “Official Use Only.” But it all means one thing: unclassified information that is exempt from public release under an exemption to the Freedom of Information Act.
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You hear about it in the news and it happens in private industry all too frequently; another database containing customers’ personal information is hacked. There is a war over this data every day between cybersecurity professionals securing data and cybercriminals that want to steal it. It’s called Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and it’s potentially worth … Read More »
The winners of the 2018 Argonne Combined Appeal (ACA) campaign raffle are listed below. Thank you to all who participated in this year’s raffle. Winners can contact Barb Hall at ext. 2-3512 to arrange pick up of their prize.
Donor Prize Winner Abri Credit Union $50 Shell gift card Guenter Conzelmann (ES) Abri … Read More »
This month, members of the Project Management Organization (PMO) team are using … Read More »
- Multi-Reference Theory for Catalytic Activation of Small MoleculesDecember 14 - 11:00 am
- Energy Is EverythingDecember 14 - 11:30 am
- Chemical and Phase Transformations of Multicomponent Oxides in BatteriesDecember 17 - 11:00 am
- Capturing a snapshot of a complex catalystDecember 13, 2018
- Warming up your car in the cold just harms the engineDecember 13, 2018
- New X-ray imaging approach could boost nanoscale resolution for advanced photon source upgradeDecember 13, 2018