Starting October 25, a group of scientists will host a workshop to identify ways to create artificial intelligence-informed models of the Earth’s climate.
Researchers use Argonne-developed high-resolution models to predict the effect of future climate change on the extratropical storms — or nor’easters — that bear down on the Northeast during the winter. Results could provide guidance for mitigation.
As part of ongoing efforts by Argonne to create pathways for the next generation of STEM leaders, CodeGirls @ Argonne summer camp offers middle school girls the opportunity to see the computing technology and careers available at national laboratories.
A team led by Argonne and UChicago have published an article in Nature Reviews Materials that lays out a blueprint for solid-state spin defects in materials for use in qubits.
- Nature Reviews Materials
Argonne National Laboratory received nearly $1.2 million in funding from the Department of Energy to support four manufacturing and materials development projects that have the potential to improve energy efficiency.
Argonne hosted an Education Outreach Day to reach middle school students from predominantly Hispanic and Latino neighborhoods and taught them about science-related careers. The goal was to strengthen and diversify the nation’s laboratories and research institutions with greater representation.
Argonne hosted the 13th annual Modeling, Experimentation and Validation Summer School July 19-30. National labs and industry helped fill a critical educational gap for the engineers and scientists who will shape the future of nuclear energy.
Researchers from Argonne and the University of Chicago have found that lasofoxifene, a drug used to treat osteoporosis, may be a safer and more effective treatment for breast cancer than the current gold standard. Clinical trials have begun.
Argonne scientists at the Advanced Photon Source are among the first to study tiny fragments of near-Earth asteroid 162173 Ryugu, collected by a Japanese space mission. These fragments could tell us long-hidden secrets about how our planet and solar system were formed.