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New research finds ecosystems are taking longer to recover from drought

If the frequency of droughts increases, the time between droughts likely won't be long enough for trees to recover.

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Energy Secretary visits Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Energy Secretary Rick Perry visits PNNL today.

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Night vision for bird- & bat-friendly offshore wind power

PNNL's ThermalTracker software analyzes video with night vision, the same technology that helps soldiers see in the dark, to help offshore wind power be bird- and bat-friendly.

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PNNL scientist Jiwen Fan receives DOE Early Career Research award

Jiwen Fan has been selected to receive a 2017 Early Career Research Program award from the U.S. Department of Energy and will use the award to study severe thunderstorms in the central United States.

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PNNL and EMSL co-host conference on microbial communities

The Multi-omics for Microbiomes conference focused on different approaches that let researchers paint better pictures of microbial communities.

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Distributed wind power keeps spinning, growing

America's use of distributed wind — which is wind power generated near where it will be used — continues to grow, according to the 2016 Distributed Wind Market Report.

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Pink Elephant Unicorn: PNNL brings cybersecurity competition to students, public

More than 70 students and community members joined PNNL staff over the weekend for an immersive and fun experience in cybersecurity education.

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World's smallest neutrino detector finds big physics fingerprint

Scientists detect phenomenon in lab that occurs during neutron star formation and supernovae explosions.

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PNNL researcher elected to membership in state science academy

PNNL researcher Bruce Kay has been elected to membership in the Washington State Academy of sciences and three other staff members have been elected to positions on the WSAS board of directors.

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