A team of scientists characterized reactions of a model protein to understand how minerals interact with proteins to affect nitrogen availability in...
The findings suggest raindrop-induced formation of solid organic particles from soils may be a widespread phenomenon in ecosystems, such as...
The findings have broad applicability for developing technologies to make and activate methane for alternative fuel as well as reducing greenhouse...
Findings suggest dicarboxylic acid homodimer complexes play an important role in promoting the formation and growth of atmospheric aerosol particles...
Data acquisition time was dramatically reduced and metabolite identification amplified using new synthetic biology-based engineering method.
EMSL's annual science meeting, EMSL Integration 2016: Multiscale Ecosystems Analysis & Design, will be held Sept. 12-13 at EMSL in Richland,...

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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.
Understanding the physical and chemical properties of interfaces to design new materials for energy applications.
Understanding molecular processes in terrestrial and subsurface environments.

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DOE recently presented its Achievement Award to the Office of Science's High Resolution and Mass Accuracy Capability Development Project that led to the development of EMSL's 21T FTICR mass spectrometer.
Mary Lipton has been named capability lead for EMSL’s Mass Spectrometry Capability. She started in her new role on May 1.
The special issue of Microscopy Today edited by EMSL Science Theme Lead Don Baer is available online. The special edition focuses on surface analysis and features articles co-written by EMSL scientists and users at University of Washington.
Denice Bruce is EMSL's new communications lead effective May 2. She will direct the user facility's communications program.

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