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DOE NATIONAL LABORATORY:
PACIFIC NORTHWEST
NATIONAL LABORATORY

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory delivers breakthrough science and technology to meet key national needs. The laboratory applies its capabilities to meet selected environmental, energy, health and national security objectives, strengthen the economy, and support the education of future scientists and engineers.

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Features

Tapping into the metabolome

Tapping into the metabolome

Metabolomics -- a field often called "the last 'omics frontier" -- seeks to understand the fundamental metabolic workings of a cell in a changing environment. Scientists at EMSL use mass spectrometers, nuclear magnetic resonance, imaging devices and other cutting-edge instruments to glean the information to help produce better fuels, crops and other bioproducts.

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Deep insights from thin layers

Imaging -- and understanding -- proteins may become a bit easier thanks to a team of researchers led by scientists at DOE's Pacific Northwest and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories.

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Deep insights from thin layers

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Lab Contact Info

Contact: Greg Koller
Phone: 509-372-4864
Email: Greg.koller@pnl.gov
Location: Richland, WA

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Lab News Releases
24-Apr-2014
How a plant beckons the bacteria that will do it harm
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

23-Apr-2014
Halving hydrogen
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

16-Apr-2014
Significant baseline levels of arsenic found in Ohio soils are due to natural processes
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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