PNNL offers a wide range of internships in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Interns work in offices and laboratories alongside experienced researchers to expand their knowledge and form mentoring relationships.
PNNL coastal ecologist Heida Diefenderfer was a featured speaker in February at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable on policy and global affairs.
David Manz, a PNNL cybersecurity scientist working to build more resilient architectures for the nation’s critical infrastructure, was inducted to the National Science Foundation’s CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service (SFS) Hall of Fame.
The National Association of Mathematics (NAM) named PNNL Data Analyst Brett Jefferson best speaker for his presentation on an innovative mathematical finding that could be used to improve electric grid coverage.
Malhotra, a chemist, will apply her expertise on designing and creating modular solvents for carbon capture, acid gas separations, catalysis, and rare earth metal extractions to provide constructive review for the submitted manuscripts.
Nicole Nichols, a senior researcher at PNNL, spoke during the AI: Policy Matters Summit in Seattle, Washington on December 12. The summit, hosted by TechAlliance, brought together more than 200 leaders from across Washington State.
The U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources invited Carl Imhoff to speak at a December 19 hearing on the impacts of wildfires on electric grid reliability and efforts to mitigate wildfire risk and increase grid resilience.
Sonja Glavaski and Kevin Schneider, both electrical engineers at PNNL, have been named as IEEE fellows. IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.
A group of female mathematicians and computer scientists, which includes PNNL’s Emilie Purvine, has published its third paper on joint research to understand and accurately represent object relationships through metric graphs.