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two pieces of a meteorite
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Livermore research hints at expanded region of planetary formation during the solar system's formation.
Artist's conception with images of bacteria and plankton
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A research team directly quantified uptake of complex carbon pools from the two primary sources of marine organic carbon (diatoms and cyanobacteria) by a natural microbial community.
Lightining strikes erupting volcano
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Livermore scientists and collaborators discovered that standing shock waves in the supersonic outflow of gases prevent electric discharges like sparks and lightning from propagating.
Multi-part figure showing measured and simulated flows within an imploding ICF hot spot
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Livermore researchers investigate a “low-mode” laser asymmetry that was significantly degrading performance at the National Ignition Facility.
Journal cover Science Advances with vertical laser beam impacting surface with spheres at bottom
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Research reported here shows that Bessel beams offer unprecedented control over the spatiotemporal evolution of the melt pool in stainless steel (SS 316L) in comparison to Gaussian beams.
Images of three planets offset from each other
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Livermore scientists have developed a new approach using machine learning to study the phase behaviors of superionic water with unprecedented resolution.
Plastic vial containing radioactive curium and the protein lanmodulin, glowing during a fluorescence spectroscopy experiment.
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Livermore scientists and collaborators have proposed a new mechanism by which nuclear waste could spread in the environment.
Qualitative graph of particle exposure versus airborne disease transmission
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Researchers model the physics of airborne disease transmission.
Artist's conception a a small molecule passing through the blood–brain barrier
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Scientists have developed a new, versatile antidote to counteract exposure to nerve agent poisoning.
New York Police Department station
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A retrospective LLNL's response to 9/11, this article describes the development of the Biological Aerosol Sentry and Information System.