Benefit from our expertise, scientific tools, and world-class facilities in the security, materials and energy storage fields. These groups provide pathways to Argonne’s fundamental research that is poised for development into practical products.
Argonne Collaborative Center for Energy Storage Science
Argonne Collaborative Center for Energy Storage Science (ACCESS) is a powerful collaborative of scientists and engineers from across Argonne that solves energy storage problems through multidisciplinary research. ACCESS is the key that unlocks the potential of energy storage, helping public and private-sector customers turn science into solutions.
Argonne Design Works
Argonne Design Works (ADW) offers a liaison that can navigate the complete spectrum of the laboratory’s capabilities, cutting across all the diverse scientific fields represented at Argonne. This concierge approach will help industry benefit from access to cutting-edge facilities beyond the research budgets of most firms.
Chain Reaction Innovations
Chain Reaction Innovations (CRI) is a two-year program for innovators focused on energy and science technologies. Through an annual call, four to six teams from around the country are selected to join CRI and tap into Argonne National Laboratory’s expertise and resources on a daily basis, working side-by-side with Argonne’s world-class scientists and engineers.
Institute for Molecular Engineering at Argonne
The Institute for Molecular Engineering at Argonne National Laboratory (IME @Argonne) — a partner organization to the Institute for Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago — pulls together capabilities and resources from across Argonne’s multi-disciplinary research divisions and the University of Chicago to deliver breakthrough science and engineering that helps our external partners achieve their goals and makes the world a better place.
National Security Programs
National Security Programs (NSP) serves as a gateway for government sponsors and contractors to link into tailored, diverse teams of elite researchers to solve research and development (R&D) challenges in national security.