Argonne National Laboratory


Argonne-developed technology for achieving superlubricity wins 2016 TechConnect National Innovation AwardMay 26, 2016

A graphene-nanodiamond solution for achieving superlubricity developed at Argonne National Laboratory has won a 2016 TechConnect National Innovation Award. Using miniscule diamonds wrapped in graphene, friction can be reduced to almost zero value. This superlubricity effect is a very enticing prospect for industries making everything from computer hard drives to wind turbines.

Achieving Diversity and Inclusion: An Evidence-based Approach

Shuttle service will be provided beginning at 9:15 a.m. with stops at Buildings 201, 212, 202, 240, 222, 203, 208, 200, 205 and 362. Return trips will follow the talk.

Argonne launches first tech incubatorMay 24, 2016

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) and Argonne National Laboratory announced a new innovation accelerator program for science and energy entrepreneurs called Chain Reaction Innovations.

Electroactive Materials for Rechargeable Batteries

Positive electrodes for secondary batteries containing lithium source material

Composite Materials for Battery Applications

Process for the production of Si- Graphene nano-composite materials for use as anode materials in Lithium Ion Batteries

Methods for Preparing Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries

Process for the preparation of transition metal particles with a gradient concentration from core to the outer layers

Long Life Lithium Batteries with Stabilized Electrodes

Non-aqueous electrolytes with stabilization additives for improved calendar and cycle life of batteries

Jerome LinMay 10, 2016

Postdoctoral Appointee