Hearing: The Department of Energy’s Role in the U.S. Research Ecosystem
March 8, 2023: The House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology convened a hearing titled “Innovation Through Collaboration: The Department of Energy’s Role in the U.S. Research Ecosystem”.
“Argonne Voices” Provides Insight to Decades of Brilliant Discoveries
For 75 years, Argonne National Laboratory has accelerated the science and technology that drive U.S. security and prosperity. To celebrate, they are capturing the stories of the people who’ve made it happen.
ORCID Overview Webinar
June 1, 2021: The Society for Science at User Research Facilities (SSURF) hosted a webinar to learn the latest on the ORCID program. Agenda included an overview of ORCID, details about the U.S. Government ORCID Consortium, and examples on how the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory has integrated ORCID into its workflows, policies, and reporting.
Cyber-Espionage & Intellectual Property Theft Webinar
May 26, 2021: The Society for Science at User Research Facilities hosted a webinar to learn the latest on Espionage, Intellectual Property Theft, and Technology Transfer issues from Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agent Scott McGaunn.
The National Ignition Facility (NIF) is the size of a sports stadium—three football fields could fit inside
NIF is the world’s most precise and reproducible laser system. It precisely guides, amplifies, reflects, and focuses 192 powerful laser beams into a target about the size of a pencil eraser in a few billionths of a second, delivering more than 2 million joules of ultraviolet energy and 500 trillion watts of peak power.
Adapting the Laboratory for Laser Energetics to the Pandemic
This video highlights the revisions that were made to the Omega Facility and its operational paradigm in order to continue to conduct experiments in the presence of COVID-19 workplace constraints.
Engagement Webinar: Accessing NEON’s Environmental Sample Archives, Applying JGI & EMSL Omics Tools
The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) is a network of field research sites designed to collect long-term open access ecological data to better understand how U.S. ecosystems are changing.