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October 20, 2014

New smart street corners that will act like a Fitbit for the city
A look at the "Array of Things" project, a joint effort of Argonne, UChicago, and SAIC aimed at collecting an array of city data via 40 sensor nodes around the city.
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October 8, 2014

Prolonged ICU Stay Depopulates Healthy Gut Microbiota
Study finds prolonged critical illness affects gut microbe population.

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October 6, 2014

PETSc team receives the 2015 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering
PETSc is one of the most widely used numerical software packages of its kind...
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October 3, 2014

Coding the cracks
Researchers use Mira to study stress-corrosion cracking in silicate.
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October 2, 2014

Argonne researchers create more accurate model for greenhouse gases from peatlands
Argonne scientists have created a new model to more accurately describe the greenhouse gases likely to be released from Arctic peatlands as they warm.
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September 15, 2014

Philippe Noirot to lead Argonne's Biosciences Division
... Philippe brings more than 28 years of research expertise to Argonne.

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September 9, 2014

Paul Messina named Argonne Distinguished Fellow
Scientific computing pioneer Paul Messina attains Argonne’s highest scientific and engineering rank.  
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September 4, 2014

Microbiome: Unique bacterial cloud follows you everywhere
Argonne researchers recently published their results in the journal Science. 
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September 2, 2014

Home is where the microbes are
An Argonne-led study published in Science provides a detailed analysis of the microbes that live in houses and apartments.
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August 29, 2014

We travel with our own germs
An Argonne-led study is part of an effort to understand how the trillions of mostly beneficial bacteria that live in and on our bodies interact with bugs in the environment to affect our health.
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