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As provost, Isaacs will be the university's chief academic officer. His responsibilities will include overseeing the academic appointment process and the university's budget. Isaacs is an accomplished physicist in his own right and has been Argonne's
A Chinese supercomputer capable of operating at 33.86 petaflop/s has retained the title of world's fastest supercomputer, beating competitors from both the US and Japan. The Tianhe-2, built by China's National University of Defence Technology in
Tribune staff reporter Argonne National Laboratory has started offering buyouts to employees amid a budget crunch due to the slow economic recovery and a decline in federal spending...Isaacs, Argonne aims to reduce its staff by about 120 employees.
A new tech incubator is going up on the South Side. The University of Chicago announced Friday that it will open the incubator, called the Chicago Innovation Exchange, late next year to turn early stage ideas into businesses.
We are pleased to expand our Army support now to ASC, wherever and whenever we are needed."...We provide full lifecycle applications development, systems engineering and design, implementation, operations, security and maintenance services to support
As a freshman at Naperville Central High School attending the scientific career exploration event for girls because science was always her favorite subject, Cassidy heard "insightful" speeches from physicists, engineers and biologists. Club, or Girl
The magazine will publicize the full list of winners in its October 2013 issue. According to its site, since 1963 the R&D 100 Awards have identified revolutionary technologies newly introduced to the market. Many of these have become household names,
Only 21 years old, the recently graduated physics major was tapped as one of the youngest scientists on hand for what would become known as the Manhattan Project. "They were looking for someone with a working knowledge of Geiger counters, and that
Engineering students obtaining internships include (click here for photos): Mike Andruska of Glen Ellyn, Argonne National Laboratory in computer science. Erna Gevondyan of Westmont, Argonne National Laboratory in computer science. Alyssa Bowes of
Butler was a longtime mathematician at Argonne National Laboratory, where in the early 1950s she helped develop computers. "She made her mark, but she also brought along and helped create the careers of many women in computers," said Joseph Cook, a