Argonne researchers trace the development of an HIV antibody that could lead to a vaccine for the virus.
Projects involving “big data” – data too large to extrapolate and analyze with standard systems – can revolutionize the way clinical researchers analyze and collect medical data.
The President discussed the potential effects of the $85 billion sequester cuts on federal funding for clean energy research at Argonne National Laboratory on Friday.
The initiative will study “knowledge about knowledge.”
UChicago chemist, Marius Stan, is a guest-star on the popular TV show, Breaking Bad.
Argonne offered battery expertise to Boeing at the request of a U.S. Representative.
The two institutions will create a new Urban Center for Computation and Data.
The new Joint Center for Energy Storage Research will develop batteries that are five times more powerful, five times cheaper, in five years.
Chicago Ideas Week gives Art Institute experts and Argonne scientists a chance to reveal discoveries about Picasso’s paint choices.
Argonne also unveiled new business agreements with GE Intelligent Platforms and LG Chem, Ltd., a Korean chemical company.
Isaacs plans to put Argonne at the cutting edge of research in X-ray science and energy development.
The U of C’s nuclear experiments—as well as modern efforts to clean them up—trace their roots to a killjoy administrator, an Italian physicist, and a gang of singing teenagers.
Scott Sudduth, associate vice president for federal relations, singled out Fermilab as being “among the big winners.”
Argonne is competing to win a $550 million contract from the government to build a new nuclear physics facility that would create beams of rare unstable atomic nuclei.
Roy Ringo (Ph.D. ’41), a pioneer nuclear researcher at Argonne National Laboratory who helped establish the weak force, died last Wednesday.