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PNNL Director Steve Ashby’s monthly Tri-City Herald column focused on how PNNL is developing science-based methods to detect secret nuclear explosions and testing with increased sensitivity. 01.25.17

The Tri-City Herald posted a guest column by PNNL Lab Director Steven Ashby on nuclear energy solutions being fueled by PNNL research. 10.15.16

DOE Office of Technology Transitions ran PNNL's news release on Praveen Thallapally's Nature Communications paper on a xenon and krypton binding material. 07.13.16

The Sequim Gazette covered Senator Maria Cantwell’s visit to PNNL’s Marine Sciences Laboratory in Sequim. The Senator learned about algal biofuel and uranium extraction from seawater, and viewed a wave simulation laboratory. 07.06.16

Articles by Forbes and Scientific American reported that the research PNNL is doing on uranium seawater extraction has the potential to make nuclear power completely renewable. 07.01.16

C&EN highlighted an article that had been published in Nature Communications, which reported on a PNNL study that found that selective sorbent can be used to separate xenon and krypton gases liberated during nuclear fuel reprocessing. 06.27.16

The Tri-City Herald ran a DOE news release reporting that PNNL received about $1.5 million in new funding for advancing nuclear energy. PNNL was also mentioned in stories in Electric Energy T&F Magazine and the Michael Kearney Nuclear Wire. No link available. 06.15.16

The Tri-City Herald reported that PNNL will receive $1.5 million for nuclear energy research as part of the government’s plan to reduce carbon emissions. 06.14.16

Phys.org quoted PNNL materials scientist Praveen Thallapally in an article on a new material that has the potential to cut costs and make nuclear fuel recycling cleaner. 06.13.16

Scientific American published an article on a material developed by PNNL and Oak Ridge National Laboratory that can pull uranium from seawater. 06.01.16

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