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Book cover with drawings of meteorites
// Journal Covers
General audience book by Livermore's Greg Brennecka argues that Earth would be a lifeless, inhospitable piece of rock without being fortuitously assaulted with meteorites throughout the history of the planet.
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// Journal Covers
Livermore researchers developed and demonstrated a technique for detecting, identifying, and quantifying the minor components found in the insensitive high explosive TATB.
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// S&T Highlights
Livermore’s innovative 3D battery designs increase power density and longevity for remote applications.
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// Recognition
Huban Gowadia has been inducted into the state of Alabama’s Engineering Hall of Fame.
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// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists have simulated the hydrogen storage reactions in a promising material and discovered why hydrogen uptake slows as the material absorbs hydrogen.
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// S&T Highlights
Laboratory recipients of the Department of Energy’s Office of Science Early Career Research Program awards continue to make advances in fundamental science research.
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// Recognition
One current and two former Lawrence Livermore scientists have been inducted into the Laboratory’s Entrepreneurs’ Hall of Fame.
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// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists and their collaborators have developed an open-source, high-performance simulator for studying large-scale geological carbon dioxide storage.
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// S&T Highlights
The Laboratory’s cybersecurity, data science, and systems-engineering expertise provides layered, strategic protection for electrical grids, water utilities, railways, and pipelines
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// S&T Highlights
A White House summit convened leaders in fusion from government, industry, and academia, including Laboratory Director Kim Budil, to discuss a strategy for developing commercial fusion energy.