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.
Beginning in 2021, PNNL chemical physicist Bruce Kay begins a three-year term as an AVS trustee, part of a six-member committee responsible for overseeing the administration of student scholarships and major society awards.
PNNL computational biologist Bobbie-Jo Webb-Robertson was recently awarded the “Spirit of nPOD award” to acknowledge her hard work in building, coordinating, and leading the Data Science Working Group.
PNNL biomedical scientist Ernesto Nakayasu brings expertise in host-pathogen interactions and the interconnection between the immune response and cellular metabolism to provide constructive review for submitted manuscripts.
The first phase, which started in 2014, generated foundational data from developing mouse and human lungs, created a web portal for public data sharing, and established a repository of human lung tissues.
Josef "Pepa" Matyas, a materials scientist in PNNL’s Nuclear Sciences Division, has been elected a fellow of the American Ceramic Society (ACerS). He will be recognized at the ACerS annual meeting on September 30, 2019, in Portland, Ore.