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How low can you go?

PNNL scientists served as lead guest editors for a special issue of the Journal of Applied Radiation and Isotopes.

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PNNL researcher receives ACS awards

PNNL's Janet Bryant and her colleague at ecosVC received two ACS ChemLuminary awards at the national meeting in August.

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CENATE names new director

PNNL's proving ground for emerging supercomputer technologies gets new leadership and seeks more input from researchers.

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Seaweed-fueled cars? Maybe one day, with help of new tech

New ARPA-E funding in enabling PNNL to develop two different technologies that could one day enable cars to run on biofuel made from seaweed grown in the open ocean.

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Public invited to vote on PNNL's top 'Science as Art' image

Polls now open to vote on PNNL's best 'Science as Art' image.

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Let there be (connected) light

PNNL's Connected Lighting Test Bed is helping advance smart and energy-efficient connected lighting systems.

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New insights into nanocrystal growth in liquid

PNNL researchers have measured the forces that cause certain crystals to assemble, revealing competing factors that researchers might be able to control someday.

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Energy technologies get a boost toward commercial use

Six energy technologies that do everything from protect fish to monitor the health of flow batteries are getting a boost at PNNL with support from DOE's Technology Commercialization Fund.

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PNNL flood modeling helps DHS during busy hurricane season

PNNL flood modeling analysis is helping inform federal infrastructure planning and emergency response efforts this hurricane season.

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