Pacific Northwest National Laboratory microbiologists Sarah Fansler (left) and Vanessa Bailey use instruments at PNNL’s Biological Sciences Facility to study microbes that typically live in soils. Drawing upon PNNL’s core capability in Biological Systems Science, scientists are gaining a fundamental understanding of biological systems to more effectively use microorganisms for renewable bioenergy and carbon management and to predict how carbon, chemicals and nutrients will move into groundwater.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory microbiologists Sarah Fansler (left) and Vanessa Bailey use instruments at PNNL’s Biological Sciences Facility to study microbes that typically live in soils. Drawing upon PNNL’s core capability in Biological Systems Science, scientists are gaining a fundamental understanding of biological systems to more effectively use microorganisms for renewable bioenergy and carbon management and to predict how carbon, chemicals and nutrients will move into groundwater. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory microbiologists Sarah Fansler (left) and Vanessa Bailey use instruments at PNNL’s Biological Sciences Facility to study microbes that typically live in soils. Drawing upon PNNL’s core capability in Biological Systems Science, scientists are gaining a fundamental understanding of biological systems to more effectively use microorganisms for renewable bioenergy and carbon management and to predict how carbon, chemicals and nutrients will move into groundwater. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory: Advancing science and technology for a more prosperous, safe and secure world

April 01, 2018 05:05 PM