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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (lead institution)

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab logoBerkeley Lab is a multidisciplinary national laboratory that is home to the Advanced Light Source, the Molecular Foundry, the National Center for Electron Microscopy, the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center and is a founding partner to the Joint Genome Institute. Berkeley Lab provides expertise in bioinformatics, data management and biological modeling, in addition to being a world leader in advanced imaging, nanoscale biology, applied mathematics and biochemical design.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge National Laboratory logoORNL is a multiprogram science and technology national laboratory whose mission is to strengthen the nation's leadership in key areas of basic and applied science; increase the availability of clean, abundant energy; restore and protect the environment; and contribute to national security. ORNL is home to the Spallation Neutron Center, the High Flux Isotope Reactor, the Center for Nanophase Materials Science, the Advanced Microscopy Laboratory and the Center for Computational Sciences.

Ohio State University

Ohio State UniversityThe vision for The Ohio State University is to advance the well-being of the people of Ohio and the global community through creation and dissemination of knowledge. Through SEMCAL, the Subsurface Energy Materials Characterization and Analysis Laboratory, OSU NCGC researchers are interrogating the physical, chemical and mineralogical properties of subsurface sedimentary rocks reacted with CO2-bearing fluids.

Purdue University

PNNL logoWith preeminent scientists and scholars in a environmental sciences, Purdue is a national and global leader in discovery and innovation. The work of Purdue’s researchers is supported by Discovery Park, a learning complex of eight centers on the West Lafayette campus that allows multidisciplinary groups to come together and respond to grand challenges and opportunities.

Stanford University

Stanford UniversityStanford’s broad network of world-class researchers working on energy-related problems spans more than 200 faculty members working in 22 academic departments and more than two dozen independent labs and programs, including the Global Climate and Energy Project, as well as the Precourt Energy Efficiency Center.

Washington University in St. Louis

Washington University in St. LouisWashington University’s educational mission is to develop students into bold, independent, and creative thinkers in a global society. For the NCGC, the Environmental NanoChemistry Laboratory (ENCL) (http://encl.engineering.wustl.edu/) develops in situ high pressure and temperature experimental tools and investigates the mechanisms and kinetics of the nucleation, growth, and phase transformation of carbonates in CO2–brine-mineral systems.