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A Greater Town describes the PNNL-LCW Supercritical Technologies partnership to develop acrylic fiber which attracts and holds dissolved uranium naturally present in the ocean. 10.12.18 

EurekaAlert reports on a collaboration amont PNNL, the University of Houston, and the University of Pittsburgh to determine what causes nuclear waste glass to dissolve, and how to minimize its effects. 10.10.18 describes what causes nuclear waste glass to dissolve, featuring a collaboration among the University of Houston, PNNL, and the University of Pittsburgh. 10.10.18 

Clipper Oil reports that for the first time, five grams of yellowcake were created using acrylic fibers to extract it from seawater. This research stemmed from a PNNL-LCW Supercritical Technologies collaboration. 10.1.18 

Public News Service reports on yarn--the next great environmental cleanup tool, highlighting the LCW Supercritical Technologies-PNNL collaboration on extracting uranium from seawater. 9.11.18 

The Sequim Gazette reports on that city's lab that helped link yarn and seawater to expand energy options. This work is part of a collaboration between PNNL and LCW Supercritical Technologies. 9.6.18  

The Idaho Statesman reports on how we can get uranium from seawater, and discusses LCW Supercritical Technologies role in the collaboration with PNNL. 9.2.18 

Chemical Communications Blog reports on a collaboration between PNNL and the Colorado School of Mines that demonstrated an effective method to recover Xenon from Xe/air mixtures. 8.21.18 

Process Technology describes how PNNL and LCW Supercritical Technologies extracted the first grams of uranium from sea water. 8.7.18 

Techwarf reports on an effort by Sandia National Labs to send a nuclear waste container on a 14,500 mile trip by truck, barge, ship, and train to determine how radioactive fuel would stand up to travel.  PNNL played an analytical role. 8.3.18 

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