The University offers the dependent children of regular, full-time Argonne employees, the benefit of a tuition remission program. This program is available for preschool to grade 12 pre-college students and undergraduate students. Read More
“Exoplanets and the Search for Habitable Worlds” will be the topic of this year’s Brinson Lecture at the University of Chicago on Tuesday, April 9 at 6 p.m.
Professor Sara Seager from the Massachusetts Institute for Technology present the latest advances in this revolutionary field.
Her lecture will be held at the School of the … 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 »
Chicago’s most outgoing scientists drawn from Argonne, Fermilab, the University of Chicago, UIC, and elsewhere will perform in the science improv comedy show “The Excited State” Thursday, November 8, 2018.
The show begins at … Read More »
A seed-funding opportunity, through the FACCTS Program, for collaborative research with a laboratory in France is now available on or before Monday, October 162, 2017. Read More »
To recognize and celebrate excellence across the laboratory, each year UChicago Argonne, LLC, provides the opportunity to acknowledge the success and remarkable achievements of our employees. This year’s award ceremony and reception will be held in the Building 240 TCS Conference Center on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018, at 4:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend.
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The Institute for Molecular Engineering (IME), a joint research partnership between the University of Chicago and Argonne, has prepared a special presentation entitled “Legacy of Leadership: An Intellectual Genealogy of IME.” Read More »
The Polsky Center I-Corps program provides $2,500 and education to empower UChicago and Argonne researchers to test the commercial potential of their research and ideas. Read More »
The University of Chicago’s Innovation Fund announced plans to invest more than half a million dollars in three ventures working to improve healthcare and agriculture through innovation. Read More »
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