Stories with the tag: EMSL
Electric cars could travel farther on a single charge and more renewable energy could be saved for a rainy day if lithium-sulfur batteries can last longer. PNNL has developed a novel anode that could quadruple the lifespan of these promising batteries.
Release Date: 1/9/2014
Researchers can now view a battery at work in the high magnification world of transmission electron microscopy.
Release Date: 12/26/2013
Scientists have captured redox reactions inside living cells of Synechococcus, a tiny organism that’s big in the world of biofuels research.
Release Date: 11/25/2013
Understanding the structure of the proteins that make up electrically conducting nanowires in some bacteria could help fields as diverse as energy production, carbon recycling and computer miniaturization.
Release Date: 11/12/2013
Scientists looking to create a potent blend of enzymes to transform materials like corn stalks and wood chips into fuels have developed a test that should turbocharge their efforts.
Release Date: 11/4/2013
2013 ushered in two new honors for PNNL's Richard D. Smith, an analytical biochemist who pushes the bounds of mass spectrometry.
Release Date: 10/25/2013
Four PNNL scientists selected for membership in the Washington State Academy of Sciences.
Release Date: 8/5/2013
One molecule can crystallize into two different colors due to a slight variation in one weak chemical bond. Called agostomers, this is the first time scientists have crystallized two variations and were surprised to see the different hues.
Release Date: 8/2/2013
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
A new study in PLOS ONE that examined food poisoning infection as-it-happens in mice revealed harmful bacteria take over beneficial bacteria within the gut amid previously unseen changes to the gut environment.
Release Date: 6/26/2013