Researcher Mike Schweiger works in PNNL’s state-of-the-art glass lab, where he and his colleagues analyze the performance of glass used in waste treatment and provide new glass formulations that could improve how much waste can be stored in each canister.
Researcher Mike Schweiger works in PNNL’s state-of-the-art glass lab, where he and his colleagues analyze the performance of glass used in waste treatment and provide new glass formulations that could improve how much waste can be stored in each canister. Tom Balla Courtesy PNNL
Researcher Mike Schweiger works in PNNL’s state-of-the-art glass lab, where he and his colleagues analyze the performance of glass used in waste treatment and provide new glass formulations that could improve how much waste can be stored in each canister. Tom Balla Courtesy PNNL

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