ALCF staff members recently gathered for this 70th birthday photo. Established in 2004, the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF) is dedicated to enabling leading-edge computational capabilities to advance fundamental discovery and understanding in a broad range of scientific and engineering disciplines.
Argonne’s Communications, Education and Public Affairs Division recently gathered for this 70th birthday photo.
All divisions and employee resource groups are invited to have a free photo taken to help celebrate the laboratory’s 70th anniversary; more information is here.
Argonne’s divisions and employee resource groups are invited to get their photos taken to help celebrate Argonne’s 70th anniversary. Schedule a free division or ERG photo by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. A banner will be provided. The images will be posted on the laboratory’s website, social media and in Argonne Today.
Both indoor and outdoor locations … Read More »
A new exhibit focusing on photos from Argonne’s 2016 Open House, “Innovation & Image,” will be on display in the Building 201 Gallery starting June 15.
The Open House attracted more than 10,000 visitors for a day of exhibits, demonstrations and tours of the laboratory’s many facilities. The exhibit will showcase the best images and … Read More »
Tim Jonasson (ASD) photographed this robin’s nest on a Dewar at the Advanced Photon Source. Luckily for the robin family, the tank won’t be needed until the next shutdown in the summer, so the nest and its residents can remain undisturbed for now.
by Donna Jones Pelkie
The end of an era is near.
One white fallow deer remains on the Argonne site, and when this doe is gone, she will take a little bit of Argonne history with … Read More »
Facilities Management and Services (FMS) presents an International Photography Exhibit from Friday, December 4, 2015, through Monday, February 29, 2016 in the Building 201 Art Gallery, 1st Floor. Read More »
Photographs that celebrate the diversity of Argonne’s international population are wanted for an art exhibit planned for early November in the Building 201 art exhibit. Read More »