15
Jul
2015

The world’s food supply sits at a precarious balance. Swings in agricultural production due to drought or extreme heat can lead to spiking food prices, ecological damage, civil unrest, and other severe consequences. In a recent talk, the CI's Joshua Elliott estimated that these “once-in-a-century” threats may be far more frequent in the future, necessitating global protective measures.

13
Jul
2015

The Array of Things, an urban sensing "fitness tracker for the city," hit two important milestones this summer as a pilot project launched on the University of Chicago campus and the effort received funding from the UChicago Innovation Fund and Argonne.

10
Jul
2015

Distinguished Fellow is the highest rank achievable by an Argonne researcher, a rare honor that acknowledges influential discoveries and technical leadership. Once a year, the national laboratory names a maximum of four staff members to this highly select company, placing them among Nobelists, R&D 100 winners, and holders of more than 800 patents.