Argonne’s Aurora supercomputer and upgraded Advanced Photon Source will be powerful tools for discovery. Together, they’ll form a scientific supermerger: The combined data collection and computing power will advance discovery time and unlock new science.
An unassuming pile of black graphite bricks containing uranium became known famously as Chicago Pile 1, the world’s first human-created, self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction. Eighty years later, nuclear scientists continue to deliver on its promise.
With one of the largest fiber networks in the world, Q-NEXT partner AWS brings a global perspective to quantum technologies, and AWS’ Antia Lamas-Linares is tackling the engineering challenges in making quantum networks a reality.
Soon enough, AI competency will be an essential workforce skill. A group of computer scientists and learning science experts are considering what a foundational introduction to AI might look like for middle school and high school students.
A new study led by Argonne National Laboratory found that electric vehicles will soon have the potential to cost less to own and operate than traditional gas vehicles, all while cutting greenhouse gas emissions by half over the lifetime of the vehicle.