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Scientific and engineering solutions for the grand challenges of our time.
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This summer, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) hosted a two-week workshop to teach about the latest in nuclear technology and discuss how to introduce the topic into high school classrooms - http://bit.ly/2DVhgna
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The Argonne Leadership Computing Facility invites postdoctoral candidates to apply for the Margaret Butler Fellowship in Computational Science. Deadline to apply is December 1 - http://bit.ly/2Qt5eD6
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A manufacturing technique, conceived of during a lunchtime conversation, has the potential to improve everything from chip manufacturing to solar cell efficiency - http://bit.ly/2QuBfKR
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Kawtar Hafidi to head Physical Sciences and Engineering directorate at Argonne - http://bit.ly/2NpG9qV
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University of Wisconsin-Madison and Argonne are partnering on ways to accelerate technology development that fuels growth in the $1.2 trillion manufacturing sector, while also aiming to facilitate a broad portfolio of research shared between the two institutions - http://bit.ly/2wRWs9u
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Argonne scientists are using neural networks to identify the structural signatures of molecular gases to provide more accurate sensing techniques for researchers, the defense industry and drug manufacturers - http://bit.ly/2xb9teD
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About 449 nuclear reactors currently operate worldwide, serving a portion of the world’s energy needs. However, more than 1.6 billion people across the globe still lack access to electricity - http://bit.ly/2MY3AvZ
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Lisa E. Gordon-Hagerty, Under Secretary for Nuclear Security and Administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration, got a first-hand look at the laboratory’s national security contributions in one of many visits by DOE leadership to Argonne since the start of the year - http://bit.ly/2O3NIUY
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U.S. buildings leak an estimated 30 percent of their energy through inefficient windows, costing consumers an estimated $42 billion annually. That could if efforts are successful in commercializing a patented new process that makes manufacturing energy-efficient ​“smart windows” economical - http://bit.ly/2NrRzyc
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