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May 1, 2012

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Argonne engineer Mark Herald will teach Visualizing Epilepsy (Spring 2012) at UChicago. Register today!

Visualizing epilepsy

Join Argonne engineer Mark Herald in a half-day course at the University of Chicago to learn about cutting-edge technology behind epilepsy research. Register »
Argonne physicist hunts a missing mural—Voice of America follows his quest for the lost da Vinci
An Argonne physicist's quest for the lost da Vinci. Watch »
WTTW Channel 11 presents Scientific Chicago, with Neil Shubin—Microbiome project, bees, music training & Higgs Boson
Scientific Chicago presents—Microbiome project, bees, music training & Higgs Boson. Watch »

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How old is the Earth?

Estimates of Earth formation may be off by millions of years. More »

Women in Science Symposium 2012

Meet some of the innovative and game-changing women in science and technology at C2ST's symposium.  More »

Earth Day at Argonne

Argonne, UChicago and DOE collaborate to show sustainability efforts and environmentally friendly emerging technology. More »

Supercomputer investigates physics theory violation

Argonne's IBM BlueGene/P calculations may explain why there is more matter than anti-matter in the universe. More »

Nuclear engineer wins landis young member award

Dave Pointer received the 2012 Landis Young Member Engineering Award for his achievements as an early-career nuclear engineer. More »

Proton beam—on

A new kind of detector technology may lead to better 3D images of the human body for cancer patients. More »

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Full steam ahead

New nanoparticle technology cuts water use, energy costs
New nanoparticle technology cuts water use, energy costs. More »

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Greenlab Challenge: Reduce and recycle greenhouse gases

Argonne leads the way in greenhouse gas reductions, particularly recapturing and recycling harmful sulfur hexafluoride (SF6).
Argonne hits a home run reducing harmful greenhouse gases and saving taxpayers money. Watch »
US Dept. of Energy
Earth Day: Leading by example at DOE labs. More »
University of Chicago
UChicago, Argonne and SAIC Present—100 Years of Exploration @ South Pole: Beginning April 28, visitors to the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C. can explore the science of surviving the South Pole. More »
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