Argonne National Laboratory

Awards & Recognition

Department of Energy funds new center for decarbonization of steelmaking

Center to develop cost-effective method for decarbonized manufacturing for steelmaking without a blast furnace.

Tomas Polakovic develops the next generation of superconducting particle detectors

Superconducting nanowires have a variety of applications in nuclear physics and cosmology, says the Argonne Fellow.

Inflation Reduction Act funding accelerates next-generation supercomputing, energy efficiency, scientific discovery at Argonne

Lab to receive $60M as part of historic $1.5 billion investment across Department of Energy laboratories.

Argonne researchers win four 2022 R&D 100 awards

Scientists receive honors known as Oscars of Innovation.’

Department of Energy renews energy-water center led by Argonne

Renewed Energy Frontier Research Center to continue providing pivotal discoveries related to advanced materials underpinning future solutions to water crises.

CNM researcher Maria Chan named Associate Editor at Chemistry of Materials

Chan, a computational scientist at CNM, was named to the position in March

The innovative science of Argonne to aid American small businesses

Projects are part of $35 million in new funding to tap into the many talents within America’s small businesses.

Jie Xu named one of America's greatest technology disruptors

Argonne early career scientist recognized for the potentially transformative impact of her research on skin-like wearable electronics.

November 2021 PSE Employees of the Month

Fulya Dogan and Ryan McQueen are recognized as PSE Employees of the Month

October 2021 PSE Employees of the Month

Ravi Gampa, Amy Renne, Jeongseog Song and Kathryn Tietz are recognized as PSE Employees of the Month

September 2021 PSE Employees of the Month

Colleen Tobolic and Nathan Guisinger are recognized as PSE Employees of the Month

Three Argonne projects receive DOE funding for breakthroughs in quantum information science

Tomorrow’s quantum sensors, computers and networks will share, process and secure exponentially more information — starting with the scientific data that will make this wave of the future possible.