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PNNL develops new technology to transform scrap aluminum into building materials, reducing energy use and emissions from aluminum production; researchers turn junk aluminum mesh, bicycle frames and car parts into door and window frames, decor items

US Dept. of Energy funds Ginkgo Bioworks-led team including Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to create sustainable pest protection for algal crops

PNNL publishes abstract titled 'Extent of interlocking and metallurgical bonding in friction riveting of aluminum alloy to steel'; study shows friction riveting is 'excellent' candidate for aluminum-to-steel dissimilar joining in automotive applications

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Magna jointly develop process to reuse scrap aluminum for new car parts, reducing energy by 50% and emissions by 90%; process also lowers cost of aluminum components, making them a feasible replacement for steel

Dept. of Energy lab and Magna develop process to use automotive scrap aluminum for making new EV parts; partnership's ShAPE method can save over 50% energy, reduce CO2 emissions by more than 90% by eliminating need to mine, refine raw aluminum ore

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