This is a story of how Nikki Sather's career journey studying the pulse of the Pacific Northwest's ecosystems began with a salmon's heartbeat. Sather currently works as an earth scientist at PNNL's Marine and Coastal Research Laboratory.
Wendy Shaw, director of the Physical Sciences Division at PNNL, was selected to guest edit a special issue on (photo)electrocatalysis featured in January 2021 edition of the scientific journal ChemComm.
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.
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.
In a new video series, PNNL is highlighting six scientific and technical experts in the national security domain throughout the fall. Each was promoted to scientist and engineer Level 5, one of PNNL’s most senior research roles.
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.