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Journal cover
// Journal Covers
Here, we present the first high-pressure single-crystal X-ray diffraction (SXD) study of TATB.
Laser shocks diamond surface
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists used giant lasers to flash-freeze water into its exotic superionic phase and record X-ray diffraction patterns to identify its atomic structure for the very first time
Satellites orbiting earth
// S&T Highlights
Small satellites that are easier and less expensive to build and more cost efficient to launch than conventional ones.
Three drought maps of California
// S&T Highlights
Greenhouse gas emissions in the first half of the century significantly affected temperature and rainfall and caused large hydrological shifts over land.
Artist's conception of laser heating metal atoms
// S&T Highlights
Researchers have discovered a solution to a major type of defect in metal 3D-printed parts.
Data from Wolter optic
// S&T Highlights
The Wolter x-ray microscope, the optic significantly improves image resolution and throughput compared to conventional x-ray imaging systems.
Artist's conception of hohlraum during fusion experiment
// S&T Highlights
Scientists at the National Ignition Facility successively produced record numbers of fusion neutrons.
Artist's conception of satellite in orbit
// S&T Highlights
The Laboratory is advancing CubeSat technology.
Microcapsules, machine learning symbols, brain
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists have discovered they can use machine learning to automate microencapsulation quality control in real-time
Researcher inspects laser equipment
// S&T Highlights
NIF’s laser optics damage mitigation program is one example of how the private sector is benefiting from Livermore’s Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory.