Science and Technology
on a Mission

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Science and Technology
on a Mission

COVID-19

We are applying our science and technology strengths in the biosciences, engineering, HPC, and more to develop solutions for the COVID-19 pandemic.

Distance Learning

While sheltering at home, students can use their smartphones to do physics experiments provided by the Laboratory’s Science Education Program. 

Research

Our scientists and engineers focus their extreme curiosity on national and global security challenges. Learn more about the Laboratory’s R&D work here.

News

Learn about our recent scientific discoveries, the achievements of our researchers, and the impact of breakthrough Livermore technologies.

Partnerships

We partner with industry, academia, and government to advance science and technology that enhances national and global security. Come partner with us!

Opportunities

Explore the endless possibilities that working at Livermore offers scientists, engineers, postdocs, students, and veterans.

OUR MISSION:
Meeting National and Global Security Challenges

Our science and technology is helping to overcome many critical challenges like these

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People in S&T

Meet some of our amazing people!

  • Advances high-energy-density science

  • Studies how rocks fracture for energy security

  • Simulates natural phenomena using high-performance computers

  • Building a quantum computer

  • Applies machine learning and artificial intelligence to security applications

  • Using synthetic biology to harness rare earth elements domestically

  • Conducts nuclear fusion experiments

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Facilities in S&T

Explore our state-of-the-art facilities

  • The National Atmospheric Release Advisory Center is a support and resource center for emergency planning and response, real-time assessment, and research

  • The Jupiter Laser Facility is a unique laser user facility consisting of five laser platforms for research in high-energy-density science