Patented microchannel heat-exchange technology enables the production of hydrogen from methane, the main ingredient of natural gas, while producing 30 percent less carbon dioxide than conventional processes.
Department of Energy, Office of Science Director Asmeret Asefaw Berhe visited PNNL to learn about the Lab’s drive to conduct discovery science, commitment to science for an equitable future, and development of a diversified STEM workforce.
A PNNL-developed computational framework accurately predicts the thermomechanical history and microstructure evolution of materials designed using solid phase processing, allowing scientists to custom design metals with desired properties.
Gosline works to develop computational algorithms that are uniquely targeted for rare disease work by doing foundational research in model system development. This work can be expanded to all model systems in human disease.