EMSL users combined microscopy with proteomics to investigate how toxic molecules called sesquiterpenes are formed in the plant-infecting fungus...
Researchers used Alaska moose foraging on seasonal plants to sample microbial communities.  
Researchers conducted one of the first studies combining geochemical and microbiological measurements from North America’s Prairie Pothole Region.
Researchers found a readily available, relatively inexpensive additive enabled fast charging and stable cycling lithium metal batteries.  
Researchers discovered a new metabolic process, called syntrophic anaerobic photosynthesis, in which photosynthetic and heterotrophic bacteria...
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Welcome to EMSL

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.
A predictive understanding of molecular transformations central to energy and important for other EMSL Science Themes.
Understanding molecular processes in terrestrial and subsurface environments.

Featured Stories

University of Michigan research team is using EMSL's expertise and capabilities to determine if increased Arctic activity is affecting the number and types of atmospheric particles in the region.
The Materials Research Society recently selected EMSL scientist Chongmin Wang to join the class of 2017 MRS Fellows.
Principal investigator Laura Bartley, University of Oklahoma, discusses her FY 2017 FICUS study using EMSL and DOE Joint Genome Institute resources to develop a whole-system view of cell wall development in rice plants to increase carbon yields for enhanced biofuel production.
Principal investigator Jeffrey Blanchard, University of Massachusetts Amherst, explains how he and a group of colleagues are using their FY 2017 FICUS project to understand the long-term consequences of soil warming.

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