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NanoWerk posted a story on PNNL’s MOF research that shows a certain Metal Organic Framework material may ultimately help lower energy consumption for air cooling by holding onto large amounts of refrigerant gasses as reported in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. 07.28.17

Earth Magazine interviewed PNNL’s Pete McGrail on the Wallula field demonstration of carbon sequestration in basalt for a story on carbon capture and sequestration. No link available; Subscription required. 07.01.17

Age Times reported on PNNL research results of a field test that verified sequestering CO2 in basalt generates a chemical reaction that turns the gas to rock. 02.16.17

The Manufacturer reported on PNNL’s results from the Wallula carbon sequestration demonstration recently published in Environmental Science and Technology. 01.11.17

Discover Magazine listed research into carbon sequestration in basalt as one of the top 100 stories of 2016. PNNL published research that shows CO2 reacts with minerals in subsurface basalt and turns to stone, meaning CO2 could be permanently stored underground. Full text not available. 01.01.17

Vice News’ Motherboard named PNNL’s research on the conversion of carbon dioxide to rock in basalt flows on a list of “happiest environmental news of 2016. 12/28/16

Forbes published a story about the results of a field demonstration that shows carbon can be quickly converted to rock underground in basalt formations. 12.27.16

India’s The Tech Times reported on the miniaturization of a muon detector to image sequestered carbon dioxide in underground repositories. 12.20.16

Science quoted PNNL’s Phillip Koech about PNNL’s amine-based carbon capture solvent in a round-up story on the status of various carbon capture technologies. 12.16.16

The Washington Post interviewed Pete McGrail regarding the results of the carbon sequestration on basalt field demo. 11.28.16

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