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Brenda Pracheil and Bryan Chakoumakos examine the structure of an otolith under a microscope. (Photo credit: ORNL)

Chief Master Sgt. Robert Bean, an Air Force pararescue jumper, demonstrates how BATDOK can be worn on the wrist, providing awareness of the health status of multiple patients. (Courtesy photo: 711th Human Performance Wing, Human Effectiveness Directorate)

Photo credit: Steven Skurski, Contractor, ECBC Public Affairs

Robert Klie, Mohammad Asadi, Amin Salehi-Khojin and Fatemeh Khalili. (Photo: Jenny Fontaine)

Rendered image of the C3 research facility. (Image courtesy of Idaho National Laboratory)

(Louis H. Miller, M.D., Laboratory of Malaria and Vector Research, NIAID.) Dr. Miller studies the pathogenesis of malaria, in particular, the mechanism by which malaria parasites invade red blood cells, the study of parasite ligands, erythrocyte receptors and the mechanism of antigenic variation.

: In the Bioproducts, Sciences and Engineering Laboratory on the WSU Tri-Cities campus, PNNL and WSU use advanced biological and chemical research laboratories and equipment to develop technologies and processes to produce fuels and chemicals. (Photo credit: WSU)

A new 3D-printing technique developed at LLNL could allow scientists to print glass that incorporates different refractive indices in a single flat optic, making finishing cheaper and easier. (Photo by Jason Laurea/LLNL) 

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March 30, 2018

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