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DNA from the nests of hibernating lemurs in Madagascar and underwater kelp forests of the Pacific Ocean comes to Argonne National Laboratory for analysis. No genetic sample is too wild for the Environmental Sample Preparation and Sequencing Facility.
The DOE consortium is building pathways to sustainable and commercial bioenergy alternatives hosted a summer workshop for undergraduate students looking for careers and further education in the up-and-coming field of bioenergy.
Antibody therapies have a variety of uses, but we need to know which therapies work and which ones don’t. Recent research has discovered a means to determine how effective certain antibodies can be in medical scenarios.