Study reveals structure of tuberculosis enzyme, could offer drug targetNovember 2, 2015

A team of scientists, including several from Argonne, have determined the structures of several important tuberculosis enzymes, which could lead to new drugs for the disease.

Sweet spot: Disabling antibiotic-resistant bacteriaJune 17, 2015

Researchers at Argonne National Laboratory and Brandeis University may have found a way around an infectious bacterium’s natural defenses.

Beetlejuice! Secrets of beetle sprays unlocked at the Advanced Photon SourceMay 1, 2015

Researchers using the Advanced Photon Source have gotten the first-ever look inside the living beetle as it sprays. The results are published today in Science.

Argonne Now Magazine - Summer 2014

In the summer 2014 issue of the Argonne magazine, learn about "The Science that Stumped Einstein," find out how we are addressing crime, social unrest, and buses by finding patterns in data in "City of Big Data," and take a trip back to 19th-century Chicago to get perspective on the ongoing issue of soot and carbon in the air in "The Volcano of a Hundred Thousand Mouths." Also featuring Ask a Scientist, fun facts, infographics, The Secret Lives of Scientists, and more.

Nanoscale freezing leads to better imagingFebruary 21, 2014

A new Bionanoprobe at the Advanced Photon Source dramatically improves three-dimensional nanoscale image mapping of trace elements within a cell.

7 things you may not know about X-raysSeptember 13, 2013

At Argonne's massive synchrotron, X-rays are used for a lot more than checking for broken bones.