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2020 Early and Mid-Career Recognition Awards
// Director's Awards

Twelve scientists and engineers have been named to LLNL's sixth annual Early and Mid-Career Recognition (EMCR) Program in recognition of scientific and technical accomplishments, leadership, and future promise demonstrated early in their careers.

Cover, Getting to Neutral report
// Recognition
Livermore’s "Getting to Neutral" Carbon Emissions Team has earned a Department of Energy Secretary Achievement Award for its work on how California could become carbon neutral by 2045.
2020 S&T Excellence in Publication Awards
// Director's Awards

Eleven staff project teams, six postdocs, and four students have received 2020 S&T Excellence in Publication Awards for their exceptional endeavors in science and technology.

2020 Director's Diversity & Inclusion Awards
// Director's Awards

Two project teams and four individuals have received 2020 Director's Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Awards that recognize the importance of embodying LLNL values, especially inclusiveness, in the work that employees do.

2020 Director’s Science and Technology Awards
// Director's Awards

Five teams have received 2020 Director's Science and Technology Awards for their exceptional endeavors in science and technology.

Foggy landscape
// S&T Highlights
Researchers have shown that an improved representation of drizzle rates leads to more pollution in the atmosphere.
LLNL researchers Nick Fischer and Amy Rasley in front of test equipment and laptop.
// S&T Highlights
ConserV Bioscience Limited (CBL) and Lawrence Livermore have agreed to collaborate on the development of a broad-spectrum or “universal” coronavirus vaccine.
Six images of a cheetah used for machine learning.
// Recognition
A paper coauthored by a Laboratory scientist received the IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision’s Best Paper Honorable Mention award.
Artist rendering of patented flexible thin-film neural implants.
// S&T Highlights
The Laboratory has developed an ultra-compact, lightweight and minimally invasive optoelectronic neural implant that could be used for long-term studies of brain activity.
(left) Clouds over dark landscape; (center) power plant with smokestacks; (right) polar ice pack.
// S&T Highlights
The planet is committed to global warming in excess of 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) just from greenhouse gases that have already been added to the atmosphere.