Stories with the tag: Environmental Remediation
One type of electron transport -- part of how organisms breathe -- uses a novel evolutionary design principle to keep electrons moving smoothly along molecular wires in bacteria.
Release Date: 1/15/2014
New findings show how these Shewanella bacteria use three proteins to breathe the iron in this mineral much like people breathe oxygen. In doing so, they produce an electric current, enticing scientists to study them as possible biological batteries.
Release Date: 3/25/2013
Researchers have determined the architecture of the first of a many-component structure that bacteria called Shewanella use to live off metal like people live off oxygen.
Release Date: 5/31/2011
Researchers from around the world will be presenting at Migration '09: 12th International Conference on the Chemistry and Migration Behaviour of Actinides and Fission Products in the Geosphere. The meeting is being held near one of the pioneer locations of nuclear technology, the Hanford Site.
Release Date: 9/21/2009
Molecular science research critical to DOE’s energy mission, EMSL director Allison Campbell testifies to House subcommittee on Energy and Environment.
Release Date: 9/10/2009
An innovative system has been installed for field experiments to better understand the complex Hanford site and to support future cleanup decisions.
Release Date: 9/17/2008
Release Date: 8/21/2007
Release Date: 4/16/2007
Release Date: 10/5/2006
Release Date: 8/7/2006