VIEW ALLFour (More) Things You Might Not Know About AntimatterArgonne's Polaris Supercomputer Deployed for Scientific ResearchHigh School Students Conduct Cutting-Edge Research at Argonne User FacilitiesUsing Algorithms to See the World Differently
Antimatter is all around you, inside every one of your atoms, along with the atoms of everything around you.
The supercomputer provides a platform for researchers to prepare codes and workloads for Argonne’s upcoming Aurora exascale supercomputer.
Through an Argonne educational program, high school students gain invaluable research experience with high-tech tools and facilities.
Software engineer Sophie Voisin’s work is images — enhancing, improving, and analyzing high- and low-altitude imagery and full-motion drone video.
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