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Argonne Virtual Tour - Shared screen with speaker view
Kerry Spilker
28:04
welcome Eerica
Kerry Spilker
42:58
There are so many researchers. What are their field of study and level of education required need to work at ANL?
Kerry Spilker
44:06
What was your inspiration to enter into the STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math)?
Kerry Spilker
44:48
What do you like most about becoming a scientist? Tell me about your normal day when you worked?
Kerry Spilker
45:42
How are the people protected from X-ray exposure when working at the facility?
Kerry Spilker
58:50
I see there is a discipline for Chemistry. How do the ANL chemists support the research?
Dave Hooper
01:06:16
Employees/scientists participate in lab safety training courses and, if required wear badges to detect any radiation exposure. There are signs posted warning of any possible radioactive exposure.
Kerry Spilker
01:11:43
MRI - was the fundamental technology developed at Argonne and applied in Medicine or did Argonne recognize MRI as an important tool in research?
Erica Lopez
01:18:40
Thank you for this. I enjoy learning about places that I might never otherwise be exposed to. It looks like a beautiful facility and this has been fascinating.