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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) microbiologists Sarah Fansler (left) and Vanessa Bailey (right) looking at cellulose-degrading organisms and soil isolates, using a walk-in environmental chamber to control the growth conditions. The chamber is located in PNNL’s Biological Sciences Facility (BSF).

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Document Title: Microbial growth chamber - BSF
Category: Biological Sciences
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: September 2010
Background: The chamber is located in PNNL’s Biological Sciences Facility (BSF), where scientists focus on gaining a fundamental understanding of biological systems that are needed to more effectively use microorganisms for renewable bioenergy and carbon sequestration; prevent contaminants from moving through groundwater; and improve our systems-level understanding of how low-dose radiation and other factors affect human health.
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