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X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy data and electron microscope image of nickel copper alloy catalysts
// S&T Highlights
A research team optimizes catalyst performance by studying the effect of pretreatment-induced nanoscale structural and compositional changes on catalyst activity and long-term stability.
Earthquake simulation
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A Livermore team has published new supercomputer simulations of a magnitude 7.0 earthquake on the Hayward Fault, the highest-ever resolution ground motion simulations on this scale.
Richard Leach
// Recognition
SPIE, the International Society for Optics and Photonics, elected Livermore research engineer Richard Leach as a senior member.
Simulation of arterial blood flow
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A research team has combined machine learning, 3D printing, and high-performance computing simulations to accurately model blood flow in the aorta.
Complex cultured neuronal network
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Livermore researchers have increased the complexity of neuronal cultures grown on microelectrode arrays.
Composite image of a white dwarf star inside a NIF hohlraum.
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Researchers at Livermore and an international team of collaborators have developed an experimental capability for measuring the basic properties of matter at the highest pressures thus far achieved in a controlled laboratory experiment.
Pair of diamonds in compression with models of prebiotic compounds
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Massive compressive shearing forces generated by the tidal pull of Jupiter-like planets on their rocky ice-covered moons may form a natural reactor that drives simple amino acids to polymerize into larger compounds.
Varied colors of electrophoretic deposition (EPD) displays,
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Livermore researchers are perfecting a technology called reversible electrophoretic deposition for high-contrast wearable displays.
A schematic illustration of a 3D nanometer-thin membrane
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Mimicking the structure of the kidney, a team has created a three-dimensional nanometer-thin membrane that breaks the permeance-selectivity trade-off of artificial membranes.
Frustraum hohlraum design
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Initial NIF experiments using a full-scale version of the Frustraum hohlraum have produced nearly round inertial confinement fusion implosions and more laser-induced energy absorption.