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The Weather Channel posted a video on Whooshh Innovations’ salmon cannon, which PNNL evaluated for viability for safely transporting fish over dams. 01.09.18

Electronics 360 posted an article on reducing HVAC energy use with sensors, which will be tested and validated at PNNL’s Lab Homes and at the Delos Well Living Lab. 12.18.17

The Seattle Times picked up a Tri-City Herald article that described a world-wide list of the most highly cited researchers annually. Eight PNNL scientists made the list this year. 12.13.17 

Plastics Technology reported that PNNL has developed tools for designing economical, lightweight automotive composites. 12.11.17

Plastics Technology reported that PNNL has developed tools for designing economical, lightweight automotive composites. 12.11.17

Geekwire reported that PNNL recently earned seven prestigious national awards for its innovations. 12.09.17

The Tri-City Herald reported that the American Nuclear Society honored PNNL’s Radiochemical Processing Laboratory with its Nuclear Historic Landmark Award. 11.27.17

Energy.gov published a story on connected lighting test beds, designed and operated by PNNL to characterize the capabilities of market-available connected lighting systems. 11.27.17

DailyEnergyInsider reported that PNNL has partnered with transmission company National Grid to explore a modern, battery-enhanced grid. 11.17.17

Bloomberg Environment quoted PNNL’s Carl Imhoff in an article reporting that the Energy Department is looking into how microgrids and energy storage could transform Puerto Rico’s electric grid to make it more resilient to hurricanes. 11.07.17

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