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Albert V. Crewe, a physics professor who captured the first image of a single atom and later obtained the first images of atoms in motion, has died. He was 82. A former director of Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago, Crewe died Nov. 18 of...
Times Staff WriterInside a concrete-and-glass laboratory at the Naval Postgraduate School, a computer simulation of Osama bin Laden's Al Qaeda terrorist network is beginning to take shape. Scientists are preparing to conjure deserts, urban landscapes, communications...
A peaceful, tree-shaded park with a wooden gazebo in Hinsdale has barely drawn the notice of children walking or riding past on their bikes. "We'd eat in the gazebo. But then we'd leave because we thought it was somebody's lawn," said Catherine Dolan,...
Add one more laboratory to the list of world-class facilities to be overseen by the University of Chicago. The internationally renowned Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass., will be brought under the university's financial and...
Robert Lee Lyles Jr., who had two careers in his 69 years and excelled at each, died May 27 at his home in Annapolis. A scientist, physician and state policy adviser, Dr. Lyles "was a modern renaissance man with a tremendous curiosity," said Gene Ransom,...
Gerard Pawlicki was just out of DePaul University when he joined Enrico Fermi, Walter Zinn, George Weil and other seasoned scientists as they lifted their paper cups filled with Chianti wine, celebrating the first controlled nuclear chain reaction under...
Raising $50 million to $60 million and then building a modern science facility is one of the first plans on tap for Troy Hammond, the new president of Naperville's North Central College. In his inaugural address this month, Hammond said the college...
— President Barack Obama will travel to Argonne National Laboratory in the western suburbs Friday to promote his energy policies, according to White House officials. Aides would not say whether Obama also plans to talk about the sequester cuts...
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The Batavia School District 101 School Board will have plenty of new faces after the April 9 election since only one incumbent is running for four open seats. Departing are board vice president Jack Hinterlong, president Ron Link and member Joseph...
Tribune reportersPresident Barack Obama returned to Chicago Friday to push an energy policy aimed at weaning the country off of oil by using revenues from increased oil and gas production. In a roughly 20-minute speech at Argonne National Laboratory, Obama touched on...
With Washington in political gridlock over spending, President Barack Obama traveled Friday to Argonne National Laboratory to announce an energy proposal that would secure money for advanced vehicles by diverting federal revenue from offshore oil and...
Tribune NewspapersWASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama will travel to Argonne National Laboratory in Chicago's western suburbs next week to promote his energy policies. The Friday trip to Argonne, near Lemont, is to "focus on American energy," according to an...
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