Fifty-eight PNNL staff members were recognized as members of enterprise-wide teams that helped address challenges in national health and security through transformative science and technology solutions.
In 2020, virtual Washington State University teams successfully worked together in a program sponsored by the National Nuclear Security Administration’s (NNSA) Office of International Nuclear Safeguards.
PNNL physical oceanographer Maggie McKeon will speak February 3 at the U.S. launch meeting for the United Nations’ Ocean Decade. She will present on improving diversity in the Superfund site workforce.
A recent edition of the Infrastructure Resilience Research Group Journal featured an article written by PNNL researchers Rob Siefken and Jake Burns about “Design Basis Threat and the Low Threat Environment.”
As a physicist at PNNL, Jon Burnett’s work is about developing instruments to detect ultra-trace radionuclide signatures, analyze samples from around the world to look for evidence of nuclear explosions, and then interpret that information.
Rey Suarez was the keynote speaker at the Preparatory Commission of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization’s Specialized Technical Meeting on Preventive and Predicative Maintenance of the International Monitoring System.
In a new video series this fall, PNNL is highlighting six scientific and technical experts in the national security domain. Each was promoted to Scientist and Engineer Level 5, one of PNNL’s most senior research roles.
PNNL coastal ecologist Heida Diefenderfer was a featured speaker in February at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable on policy and global affairs.