Educational Programs is hosting a small number of interns on-site this fall. Much like the summer, we would like to offer them our Lunch with a Researcher program. This program gives scientists and engineers a chance to speak directly to a small group of undergraduate interns about potential career paths, scientific topics and valuable tips … Read More
The Argonne Commercialization Council (ACC) and the Technology Commercialization and Partnerships Division (TCP) are pleased to announce the selectees who will make up Cohort 3 of the Launchpad Program.
The researchers who will begin their participation in Cohort 3 of Launchpad at the start of FY19, … Read More »
Argonne’s core values serve as guideposts as the laboratory community comes together to create a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment.
With the Core Values Showcase, the lab invites employees and facility users to express their original interpretations of the core values.
Argonne encourages employees to think broadly when considering how they could represent the core … Read More »
During autumn, fallen leaves, acorns, black walnuts (they look like green balls), pinecones, dead twigs and branches can clutter walkways and parking areas. Please be extra vigilant when walking near trees to ensure that you do not slip, trip or roll an ankle.
Report areas of concern
Those on the Argonne site may hear loud popping sounds from the south on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018, as U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) employees conduct firearms qualification. In conjunction with the Illinois Department of Agriculture, USDA employees will use a gun range on the extreme south end of the Argonne site from approximately 10 … Read More »
Gayle Maloney (ES) received a Gold Spot Award in August 2018 for noticing and reporting a potentially unsafe situation concerning a tank of liquid/pressurized gases (nitrogen and argon).
On August 21, Maloney noticed and reported a fizzing sound from a nitrogen tank at Building 362. Tanks are delivered to the area regularly; however, Maloney observed … Read More »
Argonne National Laboratory has a vacation donation program that allows eligible employees to donate their vacation to a bank. This bank is to be used by an employee who is in a prolonged absence without pay due to a serious medical condition, or to take care of a seriously ill family member. Employees can donate … Read More »
Several postdocs from the Institute for Molecular Engineering at Argonne will be performing in “The Excited State” a science improv comedy show on Thursday, Oct.11, 2018, at 8 p.m. at the The Revival in Hyde Park, Chicago.
Science has never been so fun… or scientists so funny! “The Excited State” is an original improv comedy … Read More »
Join us in celebrating National Nanotechnology Day! Scientists from the Center for Nanoscale Materials (CNM) will be presenting posters on the most recent advances in cutting-edge nanoscience and nanotechnology research and promoting multidisciplinary collaboration among all researchers.
Date: Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Time: Noon – 1 p.m.
Location: Bldg. 213 Cafeteria
The lunchtime event will also … Read More »
Children of full-time, regular Argonne employees are eligible to compete for full tuition scholarships at the University of Chicago under the University of Chicago/Argonne scholarship plan. Scholarship recipients will continue to be eligible for annual renewal as long as they remain in good academic standing and a parent is a full-time employee of Argonne. The … Read More »
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