A better understanding of isoprene transformation in the atmosphere could improve climate and air quality.
New study reveals novel insights into molecular mechanisms driving the growth of gold nanocrystals.
Genomic and proteomic analyses of multiple types of fungi reveal diversity of decomposition enzymes involved in carbon turnover and other...
A team of researchers conducted molecular dynamics simulations to determine how interactions with surfaces of five common soil minerals affect the...
Researchers gained a better understanding of infection efficiency regulation in an emerging environmental Bacteroidetes virus model system.
Make sure you register for Integration 2016 scheduled for Sept. 12 and 13 at EMSL. The agenda includes a science meeting with keynote and plenary...

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Science Themes

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.
A predictive understanding of molecular transformations central to energy and important for other EMSL Science Themes.
Understanding molecular processes in terrestrial and subsurface environments.

Featured Stories

EMSL leadership has appointed John Shilling Atmospheric Aerosol Systems Science Theme lead, a role he has held in an interim capacity.
In this issue: A feature on four of EMSL's current postdocs and their research interests; articles on EMSL's new director, registration information for EMSL Integration 2016, two new PNNL Laboratory Fellows at EMSL and an EMSL scientist receives DOE Early Career funding; and science highlights.
EMSL supplants its Energy Materials and Processes Science Theme with Molecular Transformations Science Theme for a greater focus on a predictive understanding of molecular transformations in biology and chemistry.
EMSL offers postdoctoral researchers, better known as postdocs, a unique opportunity to explore their personal research interests, collaborate with a community of users, assist an internationally recognized team of scientists, and enhance personal skills and expertise as they develop themselves for a career in the sciences. Four current EMSL postdocs tell their stories, discuss their research and share their experiences as members of a user facility's scientific staff.

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