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Top Stories and News from Argonne National Laboratory
July 2012

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Argonne's Mira supercomputer one of the world's fastest.

Meet Mira

WTTW Channel 11: Argonne's supercomputer one of world's fastest. Watch »
Chicago Tribune: Argonne's Mira rated as No. 3 supercomputer. Read »
Crain's Chicago Business: Latest ranking of supercomputers puts Argonne's Mira at No. 3 Read »
Argonne wins four R&D 100 Awards.
Argonne wins four R&D 100 Awards. Read more »

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Argonne heats up Li-ion research

Materials scientist Dan Abraham highlights Argonne's emerging battery research technologies. SAE International »
   

A stronger "innovation ecosystem"

The Northwestern-Argonne Institute for Science and Engineering prepares to launch. Chicago SunTimes » 


Emphasis on energy efficiency

Energy-efficient research national labs try to cut energy bills while missions expand. ClimateWire » 

Road-ready hybrids

ECOCar2 challenges college students to plug into the future. Wired » 

Exascale computing: The view from Argonne

DOE Labs like Argonne are leading efforts to build exascale computers. HPCWire »


Nuclear engineer wins Landis Young Member Engineering Achievement Award

Dave Pointer recognized for his contributions to nuclear engineering and research. Argonne news »

 

Battery researcher wins Argonne-Northwestern Early Career Award

Materials scientist Lynn Trahey will investigate new materials to improve the performance of lithium-ion batteries. Argonne news »

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New program puts high school students in role of scientists

New program puts high school students in role of scientists
High school students from Naperville get hands-on research experience using the Advanced Photon Source. More »

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Nuclear fuel recycling in 4 minutes

Argonne expert Mark Williamson explains nuclear recycling in four minutes
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Institute for Molecular Engineering names three esteemed researchers to faculty. More »
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