PNNL has developed seaweed-based inks and materials for 2-D and 3-D printing that can be used for a multitude of applications in the art, medical, STEM, and other fields.
Department of Energy art contest entry illuminates how IDREAM scientists pivoted during pandemic to accomplish critical nuclear research.
Covalent organic polymers can adsorb three times more refrigerant than the best available alternatives, resulting in more efficient cooling.
PNNL data scientists are refining their artificial intelligence tools with COVID-19 data to advance therapeutics and treatments for a future pandemic.
A comprehensive literature review linking algae and antivirals determines compounds in algae may demonstrate an exceptional—and as yet untapped—potential to combat viral diseases at every point along the viral infection pathway.
- Algal Research
PNNL commemorates 9/11 and reflects on the 20 years of science and technology produced since to protect against threats and make America safer.
Rotational Hammer Riveting, developed by PNNL, joins dissimilar materials quickly without preheating rivets. The friction-based riveting enables use of lightweight magnesium rivets and also works on aluminum and speeds manufacturing.
- Journal of Magnesium and Alloys
Bruce Kay is an international authority on how water, and whose research examines how fast reactions occur between molecules and surfaces and also how they convert from solid to liquid to gas. His research provides an example of the collaboration and research that will take places in PNNL's new Energy Sciences Center.
A PNNL report reflects nearly 10 years of dedication bringing together experts, including local communities and tribes, to effectively plan for the safe and uneventful removal of radioactive waste from nuclear power plant sites.