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LLNL research staff member Bhavya Kailkhura has been elevated to the grade of Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the highest grade for which IEEE members can apply.
// Recognition
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional organization, has elevated Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory research staff member Bhavya Kailkhura to the grade of senior member within the organization.
Image of Jean Michel Di Nicola and Peter “Jeff” Wisoff and OPTIMA logo
// Recognition
Jean Michel “JM” Di Nicola and Peter “Jeff” Wisoff of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have been selected as fellows of Optica (formerly OSA).
A bacterial cell first having viruses attached (left), and then propagated (middle), and then lysed (right). (Image: Victor Leshyk/Northern Arizona University)
// S&T Highlights

New research from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists and their collaborators at the University of California, Berkeley illuminates a fascinating phenomenon: the demise of soil bacteria and other unicellular microbes at

Livermore scientist Jeremy Feaster
// Recognition

Staff scientist Jeremy Feaster has been named as one of the

Headshots of Ibo Matthews and Frank Graziani
// Recognition

Livermore scientists Manyalibo “Ibo” Matthews and Frank Graziani have been named 2023 American Physical Society (APS) fellows.

Depiction of Earth's magnetic field
// S&T Highlights

In a paper recently published in Physical Review B, a team of researchers from

LLNL team members look over a prototype of the gamma-ray spectrometer
// S&T Highlights

An instrument designed and built by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers departed Earth last week on a two-billion-mile, nearly six-year journey through space to explore a rare, largely metal asteroid.

August 2023 issue of Advanced Science
// Journal Covers

Livermore researchers have adapted their novel metasurface process, which creates a thin layer on the surface of an optic, to create an all-glass metasurface with birefringence, or dual refraction, properties.

ncient human footprints found in White Sands National Park, New Mexico. Image courtesy of USGS.
// S&T Highlights

New research reaffirms that human footprints found in White Sands National Park, New Mexico, date to the Last Glacial Maximum, placing humans in North America thousands of years earlier than once thought. In September 2021, U.S.

LLNL physicist Nino Landen has received a 2023 Edward Teller Award, which comes with an engraved silver medal.
// Recognition
Otto “Nino” Landen, a distinguished member of the technical staff and the inertial confinement fusion (ICF) experiments group leader at LLNL, has been awarded the 2023 Edward Teller Medal.