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DNA from the nests of hibernating lemurs in Madagascar and underwater kelp forests of the Pacific Ocean comes to Argonne National Laboratory for analysis. No genetic sample is too wild for the Environmental Sample Preparation and Sequencing Facility.
Climate change is bringing flooding, heat islands and extreme weather to Chicago. An Argonne-led project from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Urban Integrated Field Laboratory will help neighborhoods understand and adapt to the city’s changing climate.
Community Research on Climate and Urban Science will conduct neighborhood-scale climate research aimed at advancing scientific understanding and empowering communities to identify climate and energy solutions for a sustainable future.