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From PNNL: "Off-shore Power Potential Floating in the Wind"


PNNL Lab

September 2014
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: Two bright yellow buoys – each worth $1.3 million – are being deployed by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Washington State’s Sequim Bay. 337 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From PNNL: "As Light Dims and Food Sources Are Limited, Key Changes in Proteins Occur in Cyanobacteria"


PNNL Lab

September 2014
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As Light Dims and Food Sources Are Limited, Key Changes in Proteins Occur in Cyanobacteria
Identification of redox-sensitive enzymes can enrich biofuel production research…
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Applied Research & Technology

From PNNL: "Birth of a mineral"


PNNL Lab

September 04, 2014
Mary Beckman, PNNL, (509) 375-3688

One of the most important molecules on earth, calcium carbonate crystallizes into chalk, shells and minerals the world over. 972 more words

Applied Research & Technology

3 Little Newslets #2

#1 –  3D Printing in Space

Despite still being a recently developed technology, NASA is sending 3D printers into space.

Scheduled to launch among cargo for a resupply mission, the printer will head out for the… 382 more words

Science News

From PNNL Lab: "Playing Twenty Questions with Molecules at Plasmonic Junctions"


PNNL Lab

August 2014
Toward engineering ultrasensitive probes of nanoscale physical and chemical processes

Results: Sometimes, it seems as if molecules struggle to communicate with scientists. 522 more words

Applied Research & Technology