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New Lab-Funded Initiative in Chemical Transformations
DOE Calls PNNL "World Leader in Catalysis." The Department of Energy Office of Science released their evaluation of PNNL. They gave high marks to PNNL's science and technology. Read more.
A Cooperative Way to Make Ammonia. In new work, researchers discovered vital information about the manner in which the bacterial enzyme produces ammonia. Read more.
Lin Named Among World's Most Influential Scientists. Yuehe Lin is included on the 2016 Highly Cited Researcher list. Read more.
Light Strikes Gold to Create Better Catalysts. Tiny particles of gold are highly stable and have other attractive features for industrial uses. However, it's been difficult to control the size and shape of single-crystal nanostructures. Scientists revealed a special strategy that lets them synthesize a plethora of hexagonal or triangular crystals. Read more.
Bullock Selected as AAAS Fellow. Morris Bullock, Director of the Center for Molecular Electrocatalysis, was honored for his research. Read more.
PNNL to Partner with University of Oregon. A new agreement will allow scientists to obtain appointments that bridge the two research institutions. Read more.
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