Obama touring Argonne Lab: To be introduced by engineer Ann Schlenker

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WASHINGTON–President Barack Obama is touring an Argonne Lab right now in advance of his energy speech at 1:30 p.m. Chicago time. Here’s the latest from the national pool report….

“President Obama will be led on a tour of the active research taking place in the Center for Transportation Research by Argonne National Lab Director Dr. Eric Isaacs, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research Director Dr. George Crabtree and Center for Transportation Research Director Ann Schlenker.

“Following the tour, the President will deliver remarks in the nearby Nanoscale Materials Center to Argonne employees and representatives from leading companies, universities and organizations in the energy field. He will be introduced by Ann Schlenker.”

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