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PNNL protecting electric grid from cyberattack

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are working with industry, academia and municipalities to ensure that electrons continue to flow reliably and securely to our homes and businesses.

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Snowflake melts under PNNL's mini microscope

A smartphone microscope created using Pacific Northwest National Laboratory plans captures the structure of a snowflake and then watches it melt.
Rebecca Erikson/PNNL
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Snowflake melts under PNNL's mini microscope

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From the toilet to the tank – biofuels from sewage

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Carbon dioxide tucked into basalt converts to rock