User Facility Capabilities to Accelerate Impact in Biomass
by David Hoyt (Senior Research Scientist, Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Hoyt first provides an overview of EMSL and their mission to integrate experimental and computational resources with innovative technologies to support the biofuel industry. Focusing on the characterization of catalysts and nano-particle absorption effectiveness, Hoyt describes how their computational capabilities can facilitate the advancement of biomass.
Hoyt’s presentation includes various computational analysis equipment pictures.
Keywords: EMSL, geochemistry, biogeochemistry, subsurface, interfacial, x-ray, spectroscopy, fluorescence, microscopy, electron, diffraction, Nuclear magnetic resonance, NMR, proteomics, metabolomics, paramagnetic, resonance, biotechnology