Argonne National Laboratory
Argonne National Laboratory

Founding Year: 1946

Staff: 4192

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Paul Kearns (Laboratory Director)

A multidisciplinary organization bringing together scientists and engineers to answer humanity’s challenges. The center carries out large-scale experiments and scientific studies that are too large for any institution by collaborating with other national laboratories and universities. Through these collaborations, works to understand the planet and its climate.

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Argonne National Laboratory contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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