A team of scientists investigated origins of culture diversity during lipid production and assessed the fermentation microenvironment at the single-...
A recent study reported a new approach that uses highly selective platinum salt for rapid and accurate detection and quantification of TcO4- in...
Researchers recently isolated an Archaeal species called Pyrobaculum yellowstonensis from Joseph’s Coat Hot Spring and related its physiological...
A recent study sheds light on how brown carbon aerosol absorbs solar radiation in the atmosphere. The findings could lead to more accurate...
A recent study suggests it is possible to electrochemically regulate the structure, community composition and activities of phototrophic communities...
A feature on the sea spray aerosol research being done at EMSL; articles on a joint call using EMSL and ARM capabilities, EMSL scientists earning R...

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Molecular-scale understanding of key chemical and physical properties of aerosols to accurately predict regional air quality and climate.
Optimizing and understanding the responses of organisms and biological communities to their environment.
Understanding the physical and chemical properties of interfaces to design new materials for energy applications.
Understanding molecular processes in terrestrial and subsurface environments.

Featured Stories

Popular Science magazine names the research that produced a new strain of rice that creates much less methane during its growth as a top science development of 2015. Christer Jansson, director of plant sciences at EMSL, led the research team.
EMSL Scientist Chongmin Wang and two of his peers have been named to receive the Materials Research Society’s 2016 Innovation in Materials Characterization Award.
EMSL has released version 6.6 of NWChem, its premier open-source computational chemistry software. This latest release offers several novel capabilities to model molecular systems and processes. NWChem allows researchers to tackle large complex and challenging molecular-scale scientific problems.
Lee Ann McCue has been named capability lead for EMSL’s Molecular Science Computing Scientific Consulting. She started on Dec. 1.

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