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Image of CPU circuts
// Distance Learning

In today’s technologically advanced world, scientific measurements are often converted into digital representations to enable processing and storage.

Left to right, head shots of John Despotopulos, Mimi Yung and Timofey Frolov
// Recognition
Three scientists from Livermore are recipients of the Department of Energy’s Office of Science Early Career Research Program award.
Left: Annemarie Meike head shot; right Mary Holden-Sanchez head shot
// Recognition
The Department of Energy’s Technology Transfer Working Group awarded two Lawrence Livermore employees with “Best in Class” awards.
Three vertical supercomputers side by side
// S&T Highlights
Three predecessor machines for Lawrence Livermore’s future exascale system El Capitan ranked highly on the latest Top500 List of the world’s most powerful supercomputers.
Left photo: lab with glove boxes; right: person using a glove box
// S&T Highlights
The Laboratory recently installed a new plutonium target fabrication facility to improve our understanding of the physical characteristics of plutonium as it ages.
Lanmodulin molecule depicted as ribbons and curls of protein molecules, with two rows of periodic table
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists and collaborators at Penn State University are improving natural molecules that would help target specific radioactive elements that are found in nuclear waste or used in nuclear medicine.
Satellite photo of Hunga eription showing circulat cloud of dust
// S&T Highlights
New research by an international team including a Livermore scientist demonstrates that the Hunga explosion was comparable in size to that of the 1883 Krakatoa eruption.
Water and clouds at Lake Erie
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists and collaborators have used a new technique to better forecast the level of algal toxins that accumulate in Lake Erie every year.
Collage of magazine cover and text
// Recognition
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Winds of Change magazine has named Lawrence Livermore as one of the Top 50 STEM Workplaces in 2022.
Racks of network devices
// S&T Highlights
Lawrence Livermore will lead a National Nuclear Security Administration project with Cornelis Networks to collaborate on next-generation high-performance networking.