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1 Scott Chambers Searches for New Materials, One Atomic Layer at a Time
2 UVM and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory sign a joint appointment agreement
3 Sandia National Laboratories, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to Upgrade Radiation Detection Monitors
4 What Tri-Cities scientists are doing to defeat the next cyber threat and terrorist attack
5 IDREAM illustrates realities of research during COVID-19
6 Greening the gray: Fighting floods with restoration versus riprap
7 Preparing for a future pandemic with artificial intelligence
8 Argonne, PNNL researchers develop new cobalt-free cathode for high-energy Li-ion cells
9 Calling All Earbuds! Celebrate International Podcast Day with a Listen to DOE's Offerings
10 AI Enables Improved, Lightweight Hurricane Intensity Predictions
11 Important step toward making silicon anodes a viable choice to improve the cost, performance and charging speed of batteries
12 UVM establishes research collaboration with national laboratory of U.S. Department of Energy
13 Sequim science lab looks to fight viruses with algae
14 Silicon anodes muscle in on battery technolog
15 Artificial intelligence brings better hurricane predictions
16 PNNL interns doing ‘explosive’ work while making world a better place
17 Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and University of Nevada, Reno announce new research partnership
18 Green Manufacturing Award Goes to PNNL Technology
19 A colorful, sustainable solution for 3D printing
20 Scientists develop new colorful seaweed-based bioink for artistic 3D printing
21 Construction contract awarded for $75 million laboratory in Richland
22 Noel Schulz embraces new role – The Daily Evergreen
23 Inside Pacific Northwest National Lab's 5G Innovation Studio
24 Avoiding an energy cold crunch with more efficient cooling
25 PNNL: The Newest Dynamic Duo for Offshore Wind Research
26 $75M energy research lab in Richland gets OK to start. Hopes are high for new jobs
27 Controlling Thin Films with Atomic “Spray Painting”
28 Work to begin this fall on $75M energy research lab at PNNL
29 Stranger, to the Real Energy Revolution: Demand Flexibility and Connected Communities
30 U.S. Senate approves $200 billion to boost tech research. What it means for Tri-Cities
31 PNNL technology strengthens grid, earns national awards
32 PNNL: Cold Spray to Help Keep Turbines Spinning
33 A colorful, sustainable solution for 3D print
34 MATRIX AI Consortium at UTSA to co-host AI and Quantum Symposium
35 ‘Unbelievable!’ Northern lights dazzled Tri-Citians with rare light show
36 Department of Energy Announces Three 2021 Office of Science Distinguished Scientist Fellows
37 The largest employer in Tri-Cities requiring its 5,000+ workers to get the COVID vaccine
38 Every day is Earth Day for some PNNL researchers
39 11 Energy-Related Inventions From Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) Get More Funding
40 Tri-Cities researchers work to protect electric grid from Mother Nature’s fury
41 PNNL: A Colorful, Sustainable Solution for 3-D Printing
42 PNNL-WSU DGRP provides pathway from classroom to national laboratory – WSU Insider
43 How Tri-Cities national lab research is fueling a carbon-free nuclear future
44 National laboratory in Sequim planning facilities expansion
45 How a national lab stokes the startup pipeline with ready-to-go innovations for commercializing
46 Business leaders help PNNL pitch invention at national competition
47 DOE taps Houston team to design, build PNNL Launchpad
48 The next 30 years of extreme weather
49 Senator says Tri-Cities businesses have a role in maintaining U.S. technology leadership
50 MATRIX AI Consortium Hosting AI and Quantum Symposium Oct. 21-22
51 "The Science Behind COVID-19", PNNL hosts special edition COVID series on zoom
52 NREL: Celebrating Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day 2021: Highlights From NREL's Research
53 Tri-Cities researchers adding innovations to Spokane smart Eco-District
54 Artificial intelligence changing accuracy of hurricane forecasts
55 Scientists earn early career awards
56 Riveting Technology Enables Lightweight Magnesium Fasteners for Fuel Efficiency
57 Molecular Sciences Software Institute receive
58 New Fentanyl Detection Standards Will Protect First Responders in the Field
59 Let’s thank, not vilify, scientists
60 College of Science celebrates 2021 distinguished alumni
61 WSU joins PNNL, UW to host virtual collaboration workshop – WSU Insider
62 Georgia Tech and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Strengthen Research Ties | News Center
63 Compound commonly found in candles lights the way to grid-scale energy storage
64 Granholm, Ossoff visit LanzaTech innovation hub, plant site | EthanolProducer.com
65 Sequim science facility becomes Marine and Coastal Research Laboratory for broader approach
66 This Tri-Cities technology may save you from taking off your shoes at the airport
67 ‘Things were going to change.’ Former PNNL director reflects on 9/11 after 20 years
68 Deb Gracio
69 Moving Materials Research Forward with One of the Most Advanced Microscopes in the World
70 Scienion, Cellenion Enter Exclusive Licensing Deal, Partnership With Pacific Northwest National Lab
71 Observing silicon anodes in action – pv magazine International
72 Cheaper carbon capture is on the way
73 Schoch Named PNNL Chief Communications Officer
74 There’s no question. Voters have a clear choice in this Richland School Board race
75 Kitchen scraps could become a clean, renewable fuel for your car, says PNNL researchers
76 Harvesting light like nature does
77 Sequim lab to expand facilities, research
78 Extreme Sea Levels Will Become 100x More Frequent Along Coastlines Across the World
79 Longer-lived lithium-metal battery marks step forward for electric vehicles
80 Searching for habitable zones within Venus' clouds
81 Well, This Is Cool: PNNL’s Bruce Kay Is A Supercooled Water Expert
82 Faster and cheaper ethanol-to-jet-fuel on the horizon
83 Researchers: Understanding Nazi uranium cubes may help weapons tracking efforts
84 Faster air exchange in buildings not always beneficial for coronavirus levels
85 PNNL invention reduces risk of battery explosions
86 Magnetic nanoparticles pull valuable elements from water sources
87 How the Pacific Northwest is playing a key role in the burgeoning world of carbon capture tech
88 17 of the world’s most influential scientists work in the Tri-Cities
89 Upending complex crystal formation
90 Small modular reactors competitive in Washington's clean energy future
91 PNNL: Faster, cheaper ethanol-to-jet-fuel on the horizon | Biomassmagazine.com
92 Pacific Northwest National Lab plays role in federally funded AI research center
93 New battery chemistry tweak could double electric vehicle range
94 Harvesting light like nature does: Synthesizing a new class of bio-inspired, light-capturing nanomaterials
95 PNNL Researchers Use Math Shortcut to Shave Time and Cost of Quantum Calculations
96 PNNL’s Shadow Figment Technology Foils Cyberattacks
97 Tri-Cities skilled crafts workers power science and technology at national lab
98 A Keen Eye Behind the Microscope
99 Sequim lab provides smartphone microscope kits to middle-schoolers
100 Global Warming Could Impact Local Coastlines with Rising Sea Levels; Which Countries, Regions Will be Affected?