The Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington announced the creation a joint research project that seeks to make advancements in materials science affecting energy, telecommunication, medicine, i
The University of Washington and PNNL launched a joint institute, the Northwest Institute for Materials Physics, Chemistry and Technology (NW IMPACT), that will focus on new materials to power discoveries and advancements that will transform energ
Microbes are more in flux in patients with inflammatory bowel disease than their healthy counterparts, sometimes changing dramatically. The finding helps physicians and scientists understand Crohn’s disease and related conditions more fully.
An imaging technology that enables researchers — for the first time — to take four-dimensional views of the subsurface was selected as a 2016 R&D 100 Award winner. Known as E4D-RT: Real-time Four-Dimensional Subsurface Imaging, the technology comb
New research identifies critical proteins present in the tumors of women with ovarian cancer. Karin Rodland discusses the work led by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Johns Hopkins researchers, working with collaborators across the nation
From smartphones to electric cars to home energy storage devices, rechargeable batteries power our modern lives. But have you ever stopped to wonder what’s inside these devices that allow us to send emojis, drive around town and so much more?
Middle School students from the Yakama Nation Tribal School on the Yakama Resrevation near Toppenish spent Thursday at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory as part of the My Brother's Keeper initiative. During the visit the student's met with
Keith Freier, director for global security programs at PNNL, talks about how they are using Richland's George Prout Memorial Pool to test their security systems that are used to protect radioactive materials across the country.