Energy Department Spending $500M On SupercomputerThe department said that the supercomputer will be able to do more than one quintillion operations per second.
U.S. Seeks Ways To Recycle Lithium Batteries In Cars, PhonesOfficials say it's an attempt to catch up with China and other countries that manufacture and recycle the vast majority of lithium-ion batteries, including those shipped back from the U.S.
Researchers Use Advanced Technology To Study Child MummyResearchers from Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago are using advanced technology to unwrap the mysteries of an 1,800-year-old mummy.
Argonne Laboratory Scan Finds T-Rex's Arms Not Used MuchThe preliminary results are in after scientists at the Field Museum and Argonne National Laboratory teamed up to answer the question: Did Sue, the Field's famous Tyrannosaurus Rex, ever use those tiny arms? The short answer is, probably not, at least not as an adult.
Argonne National Laboratory Studying Ways To Reduce Noise From Jet EnginesA joint noise study project by G.E. and the Argonne National Lab has already turned up some ideas for turning down the noise of jet engines on the O’Hare flight path, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
Argonne Building To Host Research On Green EnergyResearch on solar and other environmentally-friendly energy sources will have a new home at Argonne National Labs, reports WBBM's Nancy Harty.
Argonne Meteorologist Named Among Popular Science's 'Brilliant 10'A radar meteorologist at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont has been recognized for contributions in his field at a relatively young age.
Obama Tours Argonne National Laboratory, Proposes $2B In ResearchThe president spent time Friday at several stations at the facility that research how cars use energy.
Former Argonne CFO Says He Was Fired For Calling Out Accounting ScamThe former chief financial officer of the Argonne National Laboratory is suing the organization, claiming it fired him for blowing the whistle on some alleged illegal accounting at the lab.
Expert: Japan Nuclear Exposure Unlikely In United StatesA nuclear engineer at Argonne National Laboratory says even though there is a potential for more radioactive release in Japan - the United States is not at risk.
Federal Cuts May Hit Fermilab, ArgonneThere are warnings that the United States might fall farther behind other countries in innovative technologies, if proposed federal budget cuts hit Argonne and Fermilab.
Deadline Nearing For Argonne Lab Girls' ProgramThe deadline is nearing for girls in sixth through eighth grades to apply to participate in Argonne National Laboratory's annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day.