NIH awarded $1.7 million to researchers from PNNL, WSU, and NREL to continue fundamental research into catalytic bias—a phenomenon in the protein environment that shifts the direction and speed of an enzyme’s catalytic reaction.
PNNL and Oklahoma State University join forces to understand the chemistry of sodium-ion and potassium-ion batteries thanks to an award from the U.S. Department of Energy's Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR).
Jonathan Male originally joined PNNL in 2006 as a scientist focused on catalysis. After more than seven years leading DOE’s Bioenergy Technologies Office, he's back at PNNL as a chief scientist in the Energy Processes & Materials Division.
Dr. Xiao-Ying Yu, a physical chemist at PNNL, was recently invited to join the editorial board of Atmosphere, an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes work related to—you guessed it—the atmosphere.