Northwestern undergraduate students start their summer of research at Argonne National Laboratory

This summer, 12 Northwestern University undergraduates will contribute to research projects across six Argonne divisions through the Northwestern-Argonne Institute of Science and Engineering (NAISE). Their projects span topics including synthetic biology, machine learning, environmental sensing, energy storage, and materials synthesis and characterization.

Students will use this blog to write about new experimental and modeling techniques they learn, new scientific insights, and their overall experience at Argonne this summer.

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