A panel of five judges from the Bay Area and Silicon Valley investment community chose the PNNL innovation from 10 product pitches.
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Connected moments math shortcut shaves time and cost of quantum calculations while maintaining accuracy
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A recent special issue in The Journal of Chemical Physics highlights PNNL’s contributions to developing two prominent open-source software packages for computational chemistry used by scientists around the world.
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The Marine and Coastal Research Laboratory in Sequim, Washington, is the U.S. Department of Energy’s only marine research facility. It has a rich history and expanding research scope.
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Washington and Oregon coastlines hold most promising areas to pull power from West Coast waves, according to a recent study on wave energy.
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Ettringite, a mineral found in cement, can latch on to and detain the wily and worrisome radioactive contaminant, pertechnetate.
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PNNL researchers are examining the volatile radioisotope iodine as it evolves in the atmosphere and as it lands on a filtering surface. A more detailed understanding of the interactions and chemical evolution of radioiodine could help first...
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Urban landscapes and human-made aerosols have the potential to not only make gusts stronger and hail larger; they can also start storms sooner and even pull them toward cities, according to new research exploring the impact of urban development on...
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