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• ### Argonne to help develop isotope science workforce as part of $2 million DOE investment in traineeship program The program reimagines a pathway for workforce development in isotope R&D and production. • ### Argonne scientists advance global climate models by embarking on two new field campaigns Data from the campaigns will help improve the accuracy of weather and climate models. • ### Ultrathin solar cells get a boost Using the Advanced Photon Source’s ultrabright X-rays, researchers have determined that sunlight itself can improve the efficiency of 2D materials used to collect solar energy. • ### Six recipients of prestigious DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program awards will pursue critical research at Argonne Projects will address important scientific challenges in areas such as AI, nuclear astrophysics and electrochemistry. • ### Hot Stocks To Buy Right Now? 4 Semiconductor Stocks To Know • ### U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory and Hewlett Packard Enterprise prepare for exascale era with new testbed supercomputer Argonne National Laboratory’s new system, Polaris, built by HPE, will optimize AI, engineering and scientific projects for the forthcoming Aurora exascale supercomputer. • ### Department of Energy awards$4.15 million to Argonne to support collaborations with industry

Argonne will partner with companies from across the U.S. on eight efforts.
• ### Why the lovable llama might be a secret weapon against COVID-19

As the fight against COVID-19 continues, scientists have turned to an unlikely source for a potentially effective treatment: tiny antibodies naturally generated by llamas.
• ### APS plays foundational role in development of COVID-19 vaccines

More than a decade of virus research at the APS laid the groundwork for more effective COVID-19 vaccines and helped speed their rapid development.
• ### Argonne collaborates on largest COVID-19 viral sequence analysis in U.S.: Verifies mutation concern

Argonne computational resources supported the largest comprehensive analysis of COVID-19 genome sequences in the U.S. and helped corroborate growing evidence of a protein mutation.