A Mission to Pursue the Unsolvable

The Frederick National Laboratory is meeting the nation’s most urgent biomedical research needs and serves as a national and global resource for the scientific community. 

Morehouse School of Medicine biospecimens to boost diversity of cancer samples for proteogenomic analysis

A national effort to understand the molecular basis of numerous cancers by analyzing proteins and genes will benefit from...
Cancer Research

AI enhances method for rapid diagnosis, potentially better treatment of endometrial cancer

Artificial intelligence has helped researchers uncover potential avenues for better treatment of endometrial cancer, the most...
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Data Science

ATOM summer training program builds student skill sets and opens doors for career opportunities

Three students from Butler University and Hood College participated in a 10-week virtual training at the Frederick National...

Symposium: 2023 Technology Showcase Highlights How Partnerships Move the Science Forward

With 100 online attendees, 180 in-person participants, 15 posters, 16 technologies, and 45 speakers, the 2023 Technology...

Public-private partnerships key to equality and equity in research

The Frederick National Laboratory’s partnerships with historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) came into focus at...

Long-term data paint clearer pictures of antibody levels and potency against SARS-CoV-2

After three years of COVID-19, science has learned much about the disease and the virus that causes it, SARS-CoV-2. But in...
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Tissue slide ablated with a Fluidigm Hyperion Imaging System that performs high-dimensional proteomics analysis of fresh-frozen tissues, tissue microarrays, smeared and formalin-fixed cells, and paraffin-embedded tissue. The Imaging Mass Cytometry Laboratory generated this image as part of their work providing cancer researchers with high-dimensional imaging analysis of tumor tissue samples at subcellular resolution.



The Serological Sciences Network, or SeroNet, is a collaboration to enhance understanding of the immune response to the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. SeroNet supports research projects in basic and applied serological research related to COVID-19 and increasing the nation’s serological testing capacity.
U.S. SARS-CoV-2 Serology Standard requests from industry, government and academic laboratories worldwide.

Scientific Standards Hub

Our scientists establish standards and reference reagents for diverse scientific disciplines and encourage the adoption of benchmarks among researchers. 
disciplines with tools to help bridge gaps in scientific reproducibility.

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