Argonne chemist receives Eni Award for work with thermoelectricsJune 15, 2015

Chemist Mercouri Kanatzidis of Argonne National Laboratory has received the Eni Award for Renewable Energy.

Argonne confirms new commercial method for producing medical isotopeJune 15, 2015

Argonne National Laboratory recently teamed with SHINE Medical Technologies to demonstrate the production, separation and purification of a critical medical radioisotope that is used in millions of medical procedures each year, but is not produced domestically.

Tribology researcher recognized for distinguished careerJune 9, 2015

Ali Erdemir has dedicated nearly his entire career to reducing the friction between moving parts, an effort that recently culminated in his receipt of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Mayo D. Hersey Award “in recognition of distinguished and continued contribution over a substantial period of time to the advancement of lubrication science and engineering.”

Facility Decommissioning Training Course
Argonne will offer its popular training course "Facility Decommissioning” on Tuesday, October 6, through Thursday, October 8, 2015 in Virginia Beach, VA, USA.

The Argonne course is considered a must for those looking to understand the full breadth / cross-section of all decommissioning processes. Tuition is $1,295. Online registration is open.