Category Archives: Pacific Northwest National Lab

A community effort to understand plant-soil-aerosol interactions

An ecosystem-wide molecular-level understanding of source-sink interactions is vital for trapping atmospheric carbon and increasing plant productivity. Now, plant scientists, climatologists, and atmospheric chemists are joining forces to create just that.  Continue reading

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Addressing a 700-year-old problem: Reproducibility of results

More than 700 years ago, philosopher Roger Bacon argued that reproducible empirical results were essential to scientific progress.  Researchers today are finding new ways to address concerns related to robustness in scientific publications. Continue reading

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Understanding circadian rhythms in algae and fungi

Proteomics analyses explore daily control of metabolic pathways. Continue reading

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Synthetic Biology Research Campaign sheds light on productivity in cyanobacteria.

Research program leads to practically useful and fundamentally interesting knowledge about how to genetically optimize cyanobacteria for increased biomass production. Continue reading

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Cream of the Crop: Top-Tier Publications from 2016

Research at DOE Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory featured in Science, Nature and PNAS journals. Continue reading

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Molecular Processes, Global Effects

Streamlined proposal call focuses on aerosol sampling at DOE Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Climate Research Facility site with analysis at Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory. Continue reading

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EMSL User Program Facilitates Transferable Postdocs

DOE User Facility lets postdocs develop expertise in broad-reaching research and applicable techniques. Continue reading

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