Scientists at the Advanced Photon Source are exploring ways to analyze X-ray data faster and with more precision. One new software package called TomocuPy has shown to be up to 30 times faster than the current practice.
Addressing the challenge of increasing the representation of women and racial and ethnic minorities, Argonne is connecting with students to make a more inclusive environment in high performance computing.
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.
The future of nuclear energy, which can produce electricity without harmful emissions, depends on discovery of new materials. A scientist at Argonne is using computer vision to separate the best candidates from a crowded field.