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From PNNL: "Duets by Molecules and Plasmons"


PNNL Lab

January 2015
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Scientists examine the information content in nanoscale chemical images


Frequency resolved TERS images of the laser-irradiated region, reconstructed using four different Raman-allowed vibrations of DMS. 464 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From PNNL Lab "Particle's Warming Impact Brought to Light"


PNNL Lab

January 2015

Results: When dust, soot and other black or dark-colored particles emitted through pollution are deposited in snow and ice, they increase melting. 385 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From PNNL: "Decoding Microbial Interactions"


PNNL Lab

December 2014
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Deep sequencing gives insights into mechanisms of microbial interactions

Results: As scientists strive to gain a systems-level understanding of microbial communities, their task grows increasingly more complex. 437 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From PNNL Lab: "The Quality of Light"

PNNL Lab

December 2014

Optimizing production rates of cyanobacteria that have a “bright” future in biofuel synthesis

Results: Rapidly growing bacteria that live in the ocean and can manufacture their own food hold promise as host organisms for producing chemicals, biofuels, and medicine. 436 more words

Applied Research & Technology

November Event: Fields of Plenty

The Other MAD:

Mathematical Assessment of Damage

& the Spiral in Cold War Nuclear Stockpiles

November 19 at 6PM

UW’s Physics & Astronomy Building, Room C520… 198 more words

From PNNL: "New Assay Platform Detects Largest Number of Known Biotoxins Simultaneously"


PNNL Lab

October 2014
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New Assay Platform Detects Largest Number of Known Biotoxins Simultaneously

Rapid, inexpensive microarray increases ability to identify, treat toxin exposure… 767 more words

Applied Research & Technology