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From designing powerful magnets to engineering a new system to swap electrons at the speed of light, Liu’s fingerprints will be all over the upgraded Advanced Photon Source.Learn More
In graduate school, Argonne postdoctoral researcher Katie Sautter learned to master a machine that builds bits of matter one atomic layer at a time. Now she wields her considerable skills inventing materials for quantum communication devices at Q-NEXT.Learn More
Paloma Richard’s NNSA career integrates significant missions, milestones, and extraordinary opportunities
Preventing the proliferation of nuclear weapons around the world and averting the use of radioactive materials by domestic and international criminal elements are major NNSA missions that Paloma Richard has contributed to since joining the agency in 2010.Learn More
Argonne announces 2022 Maria Goeppert Mayer Fellows, honoring the legacy of the physics Nobel Laureate
Four early-career scientists received Argonne’s 2022 Maria Goeppert Mayer Fellowship for their outstanding potential.Learn More
Secretary Granholm Meets LBNL Nobelist Dr. Doudna