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Proven cybercrime fighter moves from government to private sector

The FLOWER software app, named because it inspects network flows, or conversations between computers, can be deployed using a passive network tap anywhere in the enterprise to fight cybercrime.

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Battery500's first seedling projects awarded nearly $6 million

Nearly $6 million in new funding has been awarded to 15 energy storage projects through the PNNL-led Battery500 consortium.

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PNNL scientist Ruby Leung appointed a Battelle Fellow

Ruby Leung, an expert on some of the most basic processes that influence our planet, has been named a Battelle Fellow – the highest recognition from Battelle for leadership and accomplishment in science.

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Doubling down on lighter, more efficient vehicles

PNNL will help companies make lighter weight vehicles.

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Featured Photo: Trapped for thousands of years

Once cooled, this molten glass can trap radioactive waste for thousands of years.

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PNNL engineer named NSPE fellow

Steve Short, a nuclear engineer at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, has been selected as a fellow of the National Society of Professional Engineers.

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PNNL scientist named AVS fellow

PNNL's Zdenek Dohnálek has been elected as a fellow of the American Vacuum Society for his catalysis research that enables renewable energy.

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PNNL recognized for building energy code efforts

PNNL is being honored with a sustainability award for its two decades of work advancing building energy codes.

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Company designing next generation reactor gets assistance from PNNL

PNNL provides gateway to nuclear innovation for small business

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