Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne researchers use krypton-81 to date 120,000-year-old Antarctic ice.

Forrest Jehlik, head of Argonne's Green Racing team, takes part in the White House's 'Extreme STEM' Hangout.

Researchers figure out one paradox in the behavior of high-temperature superconductors.

Scientists find evidence that minerals abundant in some sediments can react with and immobilize wastes associated with nuclear reprocessing.

High school girls learn about careers in science at Argonne’s annual Science Careers in Search of Women conference.

Scientific User Facilities

Argonne Tandem Linear Accelerator System
ATLAS studies the properties of atomic nuclei, the core of matter, and the fuel of stars.
Electron Microscopy Center
The EMC offers unique capabilities for electron beam characterization to solve materials problems.
Transportation Research and Analysis Computing Center
TRACC applies high-performance computing to priority transportation challenges.
Advanced Photon Source
The APS generates the most brilliant high-energy X-ray beams for research in the Western Hemisphere.
Argonne Leadership Computing Facility
The ALCF accelerates major scientific discoveries by designing and providing world-leading computing facilities.
Center for Nanoscale Materials
The CNM offers expertise, instruments and infrastructure for interdisciplinary nanoscience research.

Science Highlight

Argonne has developed a new image-processing algorithm for mapping dry-land ephemeral stream channels — features with an important role in water cycling in desert environments.
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