Success Stories

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Kevin Banks works at Argonne National Laboratory for the summer before college to study tribology, the science of friction and wear (and how to reduce it). Almost 300 interns join Argonne for the summer every year, helping scientists in the lab and analyzing data.
Kevin Banks

Intern

October 6, 2014
Maria De La Cinta Lorenzo Martin works toward developing technologies to reduce friction and wear on mechanical systems in order to minimize energy consumption and improve system reliability. Click to enlarge.
Maria De La Cinta Lorenzo Martin

Materials Scientist

February 5, 2014
Aaron Greco researches ways to avoid premature bearing failures in wind turbines. To view a larger version of the image, click on it.
Aaron Greco

Materials Engineer

June 28, 2013
Click on the image above to watch a video of Ann Schlenker talking about her role at Argonne and what drew her to the laboratory.
Ann Schlenker

Research Director

March 26, 2013
Argonne engineer Thomas Wallner works on the Omnivorous Engine.
Thomas Wallner

Mechanical Engineer

February 5, 2012