Stories with the tag: National Security
A new kind of processing of ultrasound data for point-of-care devices such as smartphone apps could provide an easy-to-understand gauge of muscle or internal organ health.
Release Date: 10/29/2014
3D printing process turns a cell phone into a high powered microscope for pennies.
Release Date: 9/15/2014
A free, updated product guide from DHS and PNNL providing a comprehensive assessment of commercially available biodetection devices and products to aid first responders is now available.
Release Date: 4/10/2014
PNNL has been recognized for creating 3-D headset display technology that could improve the sight of soldiers in dark battlefields and gamers immersed in virtual reality.
Release Date: 1/30/2014
PNNL’s Carlos Fraga has been named a 2013 HENAAC Luminary by the Great Minds in STEM™ organization for his significant contributions to the Hispanic technical community and for demonstrating noteworthy milestones in carrying the torch for promoting career
Release Date: 9/25/2013
Four PNNL scientists selected for membership in the Washington State Academy of Sciences.
Release Date: 8/5/2013
PNNL scientists Sam Bryan and Dave Koppenaal selected as Fellows in the American Chemical Society for outstanding achievements and contributions to science and the profession of chemistry.
Release Date: 7/31/2013
Court Corley and colleagues have earned a “best paper” award at an IEEE conference for their paper about a social media analysis tool that tries to make sense of billions of social media messages put out constantly by 7 billion “human sensors” — people — around the planet.
Release Date: 6/6/2013
The Department of Homeland Security and DOE’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory issued a report that summarizes an extensive list of commercially available, hand-portable biodetection technologies that can help end-users such as firefighters, police officers and HazMat workers find the right technology.
Release Date: 4/3/2013
A quick, accurate and highly sensitive process to reliably detect minute traces of explosives on luggage, cargo or traveling passengers has been demonstrated by scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Release Date: 2/20/2013