Argonne National Laboratory


Women in Science and Technology: Diversifying and strengthening the scientific workforce

Argonne’s Women in Science and Technology (WIST) program is a rich and dynamic international community of science and technology professionals that provide support, guidance, and professional development to women in science, engineering, and technology industries.

Women in Science and Technology: Building a strong and diverse scientific workforce

Argonne's Women in Science and Technology (WIST) program was created to recruit, retain, and promote women for greater diversity and strength in the laboratory's scientific workforce. Through WIST, Argonne strives to encourage and develop the full potential of women in science and technology.

John “Skip” ReddySeptember 6, 2016

High-Performance Computing Infrastructure Team Lead

Nuter is new Argonne chief human resources officerSeptember 6, 2016

Julie Nuter has been appointed chief human resources officer at Argonne National Laboratory, effective August 29, 2016.

Lead-acid battery companies join forces with Argonne National Laboratory to enhance battery performanceSeptember 1, 2016

Exploring the unrealized potential of lead batteries is the goal of a new collaboration between Argonne National Laboratory and two leading lead recycling and lead battery manufacturing companies, RSR Technologies and East Penn Manufacturing.

Science policy and career options in research, strategic leadership and program development

A panel of researchers who have worked in Washington, D.C. will present a fun and informative look at how our country develops science policy at the next Jumpstart meeting. They’ll also discuss how their D.C. assignments changed their careers.

All are welcome to attend and bring their lunches. No registration is required.

2016 Postdoctoral Research and Career Symposium

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Christopher DellaCorte
Senior Technologist: Tribology and Rotating Machinery
Materials and Structures Division
Research & Engineering Directorate
NASA, Glenn Research Center

Dr. DellaCorte will talk about his research and career path and the "Effects of Serendipity on R&D."