Congressman Dan Newhouse, center left, shakes hands with Steve Ashby, director at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, as Larry Maples, associate laboratory director of operational systems, stands between them Friday as PNNL broke ground on a new collaboration center in Richland. Others, from left to right, are Tony Peurrung, associate laboratory director for national security; Roger Snyder, manager of the Department of Energy Pacific Northwest Site Office; and Paula Linnen, PNNL director of external relations
Congressman Dan Newhouse, center left, shakes hands with Steve Ashby, director at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, as Larry Maples, associate laboratory director of operational systems, stands between them Friday as PNNL broke ground on a new collaboration center in Richland. Others, from left to right, are Tony Peurrung, associate laboratory director for national security; Roger Snyder, manager of the Department of Energy Pacific Northwest Site Office; and Paula Linnen, PNNL director of external relations Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Congressman Dan Newhouse, center left, shakes hands with Steve Ashby, director at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, as Larry Maples, associate laboratory director of operational systems, stands between them Friday as PNNL broke ground on a new collaboration center in Richland. Others, from left to right, are Tony Peurrung, associate laboratory director for national security; Roger Snyder, manager of the Department of Energy Pacific Northwest Site Office; and Paula Linnen, PNNL director of external relations Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

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