The DOE consortium is building pathways to sustainable and commercial bioenergy alternatives hosted a summer workshop for undergraduate students looking for careers and further education in the up-and-coming field of bioenergy.
Argonne’s Rapid Prototyping Laboratory is helping undergraduate and graduate students prepare for future science careers. Their efforts are paving the way for automating lab work with robotics and AI in autonomous discovery.
Autonomous discovery will change science and scientific careers. Argonne hopes to train the next generation of STEM experts in robotics, artificial intelligence and machine learning during a 2023 summer internship program to support autonomous discovery.
A Team With a Dream of University of Central Florida used cyber skills, teamwork and creativity to protect imaginary U.S. energy infrastructure from attack and win coveted top honors in the DOE’s annual CyberForce Competition®.
By progressing through a series of immersive summer camps, middle and high school students gain and develop critical computational science skills to prepare them for higher education and future careers.
Through an Argonne educational program, high school students gain invaluable research experience with high-tech tools and facilities such as the Center for Nanoscale Materials and Advanced Photon Source.