Students rev their engines for biggest heat of the year at Argonne’s Middle School Electric Car Competition

Fourteen teams from 11 schools, including seven schools new to the competition, gathered at Argonne to race. They also learned about teamwork, competition, engineering and problem-solving.

Argonne hosts See Yourself in STEAM event for students from groups underrepresented in STEM

Students from groups underrepresented in STEM discover world-class science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics at Argonne through See Yourself in STEAM event.

Department of Energy CyberForce Competition® 2023: Cultivating tomorrow’s cybersecurity leaders today

DOE’s CyberForce Competition on Nov. 4, led by Argonne National Laboratory, aims to bolster cybersecurity knowledge and skills among students and professionals, addressing critical infrastructure and cyber-physical threats.

New physical science summer school offers opportunity for underrepresented college students

The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science is piloting STEM summer schools at national labs. As part of that, DOE has awarded Argonne funding to pilot a four-week summer school for undergraduate students.

University of Central Florida team protects virtual solar facility to win CyberForce Competition

More than 140 U.S. college teams competed to test their cyber defense skills and protect a fictional electric vehicle manufacturer’s solar installation from simulated cyberattacks.

Collegiate students fired up to protect virtual solar facility from cyberattack

Cybersecurity professionals are in high demand. The Department of Energy tasks Argonne National Laboratory with challenging and inspiring college-age students to compete against one another to outsmart cyberattackers in a simulated threat scenario.