Following the release of the 2018 National Biodefense Strategy, PNNL released a second-generation, publicly available tool—free for use at https://bplat.pnnl.gov—that maps out current biodefense policies and responsibilities.
PNNL developed the Biodefense Policy Landscape Analysis Tool (B-PLAT) , which is publicly available at: https://bplat.pnnl.gov and captures more than 200 enduring biodefense responsibilities assigned by the following directives and laws.
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have developed and continue to maintain a global database of measurements made of soil-to-atmosphere CO2 flows, termed soil respiration.
Existing techniques to detect pertechnetate in the environment have drawbacks. PNNL’s redox sensor technology uses a gold probe to accurately and efficiently measure low levels of pertechnetate—and possibly other contaminants—in groundwater