PNNL scientists developed a powerful nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) technique to "see" and understand the electrochemical reactions taking place inside a high-storage-capacity, lithium-germanide battery produced with colleagues from the National University of Singapore.
PNNL microbiologist Eric Hill was featured in Columbia Basin College's 60th Anniversary celebration. He appeared in videos for the "60 Faces of CBC" project, a campaign to highlight CBC alumni, faculty, students, and community supporters. Battelle is a sponsor of the celebration. He earned an associate degree in applied science from CBC in 1999, during which he completed his first of several internships at PNNL.
Congratulations to Alyssa Hensley, Melissa LeTourneau, Michael Nielsen, Christopher South and Anne-Marie Suriano, who each earned a 2015 DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research award to supplement part of their Ph.D. thesis research at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. The awards help students prepare for careers in science, technology, engineering or mathematics by providing stipends to cover their living expenses at PNNL and travel.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Oregon Health & Science University Team up to Accelerate Biomedical Discovery
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Oregon Health & Science University are joining forces to answer some of the world's most complex biomedical questions. The institutions have formed the OHSU-PNNL Northwest Co-Laboratory for Integrated 'Omics, sharing research programs and leading-edge technology for biological mass spectrometry in pursuit of disease markers for new therapies.
Towards Controlled Preparation of Complex Architectures Using High-Intensity Beams of Mass-Selected Ions
At Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, scientists can now create novel mesoscale structures for fundamental studies in energy production and storage through precisely controlled deposition of mass-selected ions, thanks to a new high-intensity soft landing instrument that cuts the time to create designer surfaces or structures by a factor of 5 to 6.
About The Division
Scientists within the Biological Sciences Division perform biological systems science research and develop technologies focused on how cells, cell communities, and organisms sense and respond to their environment. Our vision is to measure, predict, design, and control multi-cellular biological systems and bio-inspired solutions for energy, environment, and health.
Our investigator-initiated and multi-institutional collaborative research, unique scientific instrumentation, and national program leadership translate the latest scientific discoveries into technologies that are beneficial to the nation.
Our research has applications to energy, environment, and human health missions of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other federal agencies.