As we continue to foster a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment at Argonne, our core values — Impact, Safety, Respect, Integrity and Teamwork — serve as guideposts for our interactions and decision-making. The next step is to reach a consistent understanding of the acceptable behaviors that support each value, as well as the unacceptable behaviors … Read More
The purpose of the InnovationXLab Initiative is to convene key industry representatives … Read More »
Congratulations to the following researchers on having their U.S. patents granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for technologies invented at Argonne:
Wound/stacked ceramic film capacitors, method for making ceramic film capacitors Patent No.: US 10,128,046
Beihai Ma (AMD) Balu Balachandran (AMD) Stephan E. Dorris (AMD) Tae H. Lee (AMD)
Cathode … Read More »
February is Black History Month, which celebrates the contributions African Americans have made to United States history. In the spirit of this celebration, the Argonne African American Employee Resource Group (AAA-ERG) is sponsoring a history trivia contest.
Beginning Feb. 4, 2019, a question will be posted daily for the next four weeks on Argonne Today. … Read More »
Start 2019 off on the right foot by participating in “Argonne’s Impact on the World: A Trip Through Time” the first Virgin Pulse challenge of the year. The challenge starts Monday, Feb. 11, and runs through Sunday, March, 10, 2019. Sign up begins Friday, Feb. 1.
Teams will progress together to unlock five stages: 1940s, … Read More »
Volunteers are needed for “Lunch with a Researcher” program, which gives Argonne scientists and engineers a chance to speak directly to a small group of undergraduate interns about potential career paths, scientific topics and valuable tips learned along the way.
The Manganese meeting space in the Building 213 Cafeteria will be reserved on Thursdays from … Read More »
‘Increasing Gender Diversity and Inclusivity in Research Organizations: The Need to Promote a Culture of Civility and Respect’
Laboratory Director Paul Kearns will moderate a panel discussion on “Increasing Gender Diversity and Inclusivity in Research Organizations: The Need to Promote a Culture of Civility and Respect.” This Director’s Special Seminar takes place Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019, at 1:30 p.m. in Building 203, Room D120.
Frazier Benya, senior program officer, The National … Read More »
Update: The University of Chicago has extended the cancellation of all classes and non-essential activities through noon Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019. University classes will resume and offices will be open as of noon Thursday. As previously announced, the extended cancellation includes classes and activities in Hyde Park as well as those at the Gleacher Center … Read More »
Many site services and activities will be cancelled or curtailed as the laboratory prepares for the extreme cold snap expected Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 30-31, 2019. Telecommuting is strongly encouraged for those two days.
Site services affected
East Gate and West Gates will be closed Wednesday and Thursday. North Gate will remain … Read More »
Entries are due Friday, March 1
Entries are now being accepted for the 2019 National Quantum Matters™ Science Communication Competition. Researchers and interested individuals or teams are invited to explain a quantum concept to a family audience in three minutes or demonstrate one with a hands-on activity. Win prizes, fame and a … Read More »
- Optical Charge Control of Defects in Silicon CarbideFebruary 25 - 1:00 pm
- The Tritium ExperimentsFebruary 25 - 3:30 pm
- It Takes a Village: Roles and Resources to Enhance the Postdoc ExperienceFebruary 26 - 11:00 am