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Schematic of explosives imaging experiment
// S&T Highlights
New research is shedding light on the deflagration-to-detonation transition” process to make explosives safer for handling, storage and transportation.
Flow chart diagram of  “Learn-by-Calibrating” method
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Livermore computer scientists have developed a new deep learning approach to designing emulators for scientific processes that is more accurate and efficient than existing methods.
Artist's conception of Earth's interior
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Researchers have taken important steps to show that thermal conduction is important and measurable at high pressure and temperature conditions.
Bacteriophage image
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To successfully combat increasing antibiotic resistance and treat challenging bacterial infections, scientists in the Forensic Science Center (FSC) have partnered with San Diego State University and UCSD to advance bacteriophage therapy.
Workers lower a package containing chemical explosives into a borehole
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The Source Physics Experiment (SPE) is helping to discriminate among the seismic fingerprints of a small, illicit nuclear explosion, an earthquake, a mine disaster, or any of the other noises that a variety of human activities and natural phenomena generate.
Molecular structure of carbon aerogel
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists working alongside Stanford University researchers have made headway toward a new generation of tailored, reversible water treatment.
An artist’s rendering of 55 Cancri e, a carbon-rich exoplanet
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An international team of researchers led by LLNL and the University of Oxford has successfully measured carbon at pressures reaching 2,000 GPa (five times the pressure in Earth’s core).
Text "Secretary's Achievement Awards" and DOE logo
// Recognition
Livermore employees, participating in 10 project teams, recently earned Department of Energy Secretary Achievement Awards.
Astronomers' simulation of the appearance of the star AB Doradus
// S&T Highlights
NASA has selected Livermore and Goddard Space Flight Center to serve as lead institutions for the Pandora scientific mission that will study 20 stars and their 39 exoplanets.
Peter Celliers
// Recognition
Livermore's Peter Celliers was recently elected to the executive committee as vice-chair of the American Physical Society Topical Group on Shock Compression of Condensed Matter.