# Argonne National Laboratory

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• ### AT&T, FEMA and Argonne National Laboratory collaborate to launch climate risk and resilience portal for U.S. communities

The portal will help improve America’s preparedness for future climate extremes.
• ### Climate Risk & Resilience Portal

Empowering individuals, governments, and organizations to examine simulated future climate conditions at mid- and end-of-century for a range of climate perils.
• ### Inflation Reduction Act funding accelerates next-generation supercomputing, energy efficiency, scientific discovery at Argonne

Lab to receive $60M as part of historic$1.5 billion investment across Department of Energy laboratories.
• ### Scientists develop new algorithm that may provide insights into battery corrosion

Argonne researchers have created an automatic technique that can fill in gaps in X-ray data.
• ### Science beyond Siri: A team of educators and computer scientists take on AI

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.
• ### New machine-learning simulations reduce energy need for mask fabrics, other materials

Artificial intelligence breakthrough could cut energy costs in materials production.

• ### Collegiate students fired up to protect virtual solar facility from cyberattack

Argonne will lead the 2022 CyberForce Competition®, encouraging U.S. college and university students to consider cybersecurity careers that protect the nation’s energy systems.
• ### Layered transition metal dichalcogenide barriers for interconnects

We are exploring ultra-thin layered materials grown conformally using atomic layer deposition and etching as metal diffusion barriers for 3D integration in microelectronic devices.