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PNNL Improves Access to Available Technologies (1/16/07)

January 16, 2007
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Details of more than 150 technologies developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and available for licensing are now consolidated at http://availabletechnologies.pnl.gov/.

Details of more than 150 technologies developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and available for licensing are now consolidated at http://availabletechnologies.pnl.gov/. A U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science laboratory, PNNL solves complex problems in energy, national security, the environment and life sciences. Many PNNL discoveries evolve into technologies and patents that can be applied in areas ranging from aerospace, electronics and consumer products to oil and gas, health care, security, and more. To simplify the identification of specific solutions, the website organizes technologies by portfolio name and potential industry application, and also provides contacts for inquiries.

PNNL’s website is located at www.pnl.gov.

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