Argonne National Laboratory's Center for Nanoscale Materials
30 Attendee Spots Available
Attendees will tour Argonne National Laboratory’s Center for Nanoscale Materials (CNM) with some of the world’s leading scientists. You'll see CNM’s superlubricity and scanning probe microscopy laboratories and the Hard X-Ray Nanoprobe at the Advanced Photon Source—the brightest X-ray beam in the Western Hemisphere.
The tour will also include a 45-minute guided exploration of CNM’s 17,000-square-foot clean room where scientists discover and investigate materials as small as one nanometer (about 90,000x smaller than the diameter of a human hair!)
Exact areas of access for this adventure are subject to change if scientific testing is in progress.
Date: Friday, November 9th
Time: 2pm – 4pm, please arrive 15 min. early
Requirements: Long pants and flat, closed-toe shoes; no sandals or sleeveless shirts. Minimum 16 years old. A state/federal photo I.D., such as driver’s license or passport, is required to obtain a visitor pass.
Note: After registering for this Adventure, you will be required to register with Argonne. Details will be emailed to all participants with further instructions.