Jeff Katalenich, a recent PNNL Linus Pauling Postdoctoral Fellow, prepares equipment in a glove box for research on new, cleaner methods for processing plutonium-238 — a radioisotope used to help heat and power space exploration probes and extraterrestrial rovers.
Jeff Katalenich, a recent PNNL Linus Pauling Postdoctoral Fellow, prepares equipment in a glove box for research on new, cleaner methods for processing plutonium-238 — a radioisotope used to help heat and power space exploration probes and extraterrestrial rovers. PNNL photo
Jeff Katalenich, a recent PNNL Linus Pauling Postdoctoral Fellow, prepares equipment in a glove box for research on new, cleaner methods for processing plutonium-238 — a radioisotope used to help heat and power space exploration probes and extraterrestrial rovers. PNNL photo

This historic PNNL lab runs 'hot' and 'quiet'

July 22, 2018 03:33 PM