Stories with the tag: EMSL
When water comes in for a landing on the common catalyst titanium oxide, it splits into hydroxyls just under half the time. Water's oxygen and hydrogen atoms shift back and forth between existing as water or hydroxyls, and water has the slightest advantage, like the score in a highly competitive tennis game.
Release Date: 4/13/2017
PNNL scientists have developed a system to convert methane into an energy-rich substance that can be used as the basis for biofuels and even feed for cows that create the gas in the first place.
Release Date: 4/11/2017
Bo Peng, a Linus Pauling Fellow and molecular sciences researcher at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, was recognized at the Sanibel Symposium with the Löwdin Postdoctoral Associate Award.
Release Date: 4/10/2017
Scientists have learned more about how molds become cellular factories that can synthesize a range of diverse products.
Release Date: 3/23/2017
Vitamin B12 wields great power, shaping microbial communities that affect energy and food production and many other processes.
Release Date: 1/30/2017
Using a natural catalyst from bacteria for inspiration, researchers have now reported the fastest synthetic catalysts to date for hydrogen production-- producing 45 million hydrogen molecules per second.
Release Date: 1/24/2017
Scientists have witnessed the birth of atmospheric ice clouds, creating ice cloud crystals in the laboratory and then taking images of the process through a microscope.
Release Date: 12/20/2016
Water is unlike other substances because its solid form — like this iceberg — is less dense than its liquid form — like this ocean. Scientists are studying other weird properties of water.
Release Date: 12/13/2016
PNNL scientists will discuss their research on more than 100 topics at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco next week.
Release Date: 12/8/2016
Genetics and birthplace have a big effect on the make-up of the microbial community in the gut, according to new research published in the journal Nature Microbiology.
Release Date: 11/28/2016