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Power Technology reports on DOE's confirmation of funding for nine nuclear projects, including $2 million for a Flibe Energy-PNNL project to use nitrogen trifloride to remove uranium from a molten-salt fuel mixture.  7.12.18 

Green Car Congress features DOE's award of nearly $20 million for advanced nuclear technology projects, including $2 million for a Flibe Energy-PNNL nitrogen trifloride project. 7.12.18 

Energy Live News discusses how PNNL and LCW Supercritical Technologies made a splash with uranium extraction from seawater. 7.11.18 

News Deeply writes about the nuclear option: technology to extract uranium from the sea.  This research was conducted by PNNL and LCW Supercritical Technologies. 6.28.18 

Science Page writes about how PNNL and LCW Supercritical Technologies can now suck yellowcake uranium out of sea water.  6.28.18 

The Denton Record-Chronicle highlights a UNT professor who works with special kinds of glass to store nuclear waste. The professor's team worked with PNNL to make the calculations to support the research. 6.27.18 

DBX Network features a story on PNNL-LCW Supercritical Technologies effort to fish yellowcake uranium from the sea with a piece of yarn.  6.23.18 

Evolving Science reports on the PNNL-LCW Supercritical Technologies collaboration that resulted in invention of a process to glean yellowcake from seawater. 6.22.18 

Techsite reports on the effort by PNNL and LCW Supercritical Technologies to fish yellowcake urnanium from the sea with a piece of yarn. 6.22.18 

Domain-b.com reports on the collaborative effort between PNNL, LCW Supercritical Technologies to create five grams of yellowcake using acrylic fibers to extract it from seawater. 6.21.18 

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