PNNL in Richland has developed a small neutrino detector, one of four finalists for Science magazine’s breakthrough of the year. The public can vote for the device, which is improving understanding of the universe.
PNNL in Richland takes home 7 prestigious R&D 100 awards in 2017 for inventions that detect gunshots in schools, personalize disease detection, detect toxic chemicals in the field and bring cybersecurity to older utility systems.
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.
PNNL in Richland has developed an acoustic gunshot detector that can alert police to a school or other mass shooting within seconds and give them key information to plan tactics even before they arrive.
PNNL in Richland in partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison analyzed blood from patients infected with the Ebola virus, finding differences in the blood of those who survived and those who died.
Winners announced in the 2017 science as art contest at DOE’s PNNL in Richland. One of the images also is a bioart finalist in a competition of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
The Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory partners with emergency management and public safety professionals to define, develop, test and deploy technologies to improve response and recovery
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland has been honored by the International Code Council and Institute for Market Transformation for bringing national attention to building energy conservation and sustainability.