Summer intern Holly Dinkel and her supervisor, analytical chemist Megan Bennett, left, investigate purification...
Hoffman Estates High School student Miraj Shah shows off his team’s research poster to scientists at a meeting....
Collaboration unearths new form of imaging that uses X-ray diffraction patterns - http://bit.ly/2mQiHp7
Graduate students are encouraged to apply to the Exotic Beam Summer School (EBSS). Students explore the science of exotic nuclei, nuclear astrophysics and more! Apply by April 15 - http://bit.ly/2n5QQoU
The Exotic Beam Summer School (EBSS) introduces students and young researchers to the science of exotic nuclei, including nuclear structure, nuclear astrophy
Why superconductors never lose current. The U.S. Department of Energy begins to crack the mystery - https://science.energy.gov/news/featured-articles/2017/03-01-17
This figure shows how electrons pair up to cause superconductivity. Instead of traveling independently, the electrons couple into pairs that flow through metal without resistance.
Congratulations to all who solved puzzle #4 in our puzzle challenge http://bit.ly/2kYLGHI
Eliminating the usual suspects: Framework narrows the search for dark matter and new physics - http://bit.ly/2m4nUJC
From individual to organized: Physicists coax particles to form vortices using magnetic fields - http://bit.ly/2lkZhYK
Cybersecurity experts with Argonne’s COAR team now answering questions on the 2nd Annual Cyber Defense Competition https://redd.it/5x4re2
Join us on today for a Reddit IAmA at 12:30 CST! Argonne’s Cyber Operations, Analysis and Research (COAR) group is holding its 2nd annual Cyber Defense Competition (CDC) soon and we’re taking questions from collegiate competitors on anything from networking set-up/infrastructure to SCADA/ICS components to website management and more!
Did you follow the #puzzlemecdc puzzles! Have questions? Join us for a Reddit IAmA tomorrow at 12:30 pm CST. And let's get ready for CDC2017!!!
Magnetic cloak developed by a Stony Brook University team could lead to next-gen particle collider for nuclear physics - http://bit.ly/2lV9hww