Researchers from Argonne and the Purdue University Calumet Water Institute have revealed promising technologies aimed at reducing mercury and vanadium in refinery wastewater going into the Great Lakes.
Scientists from Argonne and two Midwest universities used DOE’s Free-Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE) experiment to show that elevated CO2 levels increase the cycling of carbon and nitrogren in soil organic matter.
Scientists at Argonne have recently developed an improved, scalable process for the synthesis of the lithium-ion battery solvent (ANL-1NM3) and have successfully generated 3,357g of high purity (>99.95%) material in a single batch.
MG-RAST, the metagenome analysis server developed and operated by researchers at Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicago, has reached a new milestone: 1 terabase (1,012 basepairs) of metagenomic DNA analyzed by the server.
Physiological flexibility comes from the protein elastin, deriving properties from the building-block molecule tropoelastin, which behaves as an ideal elastomer because it loses no energy between stretch and relaxation.
Now, researchers at Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory have uncovered the secrets of the algae utilizing the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science’s Advanced Photon Source at Argonne.