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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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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