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Artist's conception of inear induction accelerator with a patient
// S&T Highlights
Researchers have shown for the first time the potential for linear induction accelerators (LIAs) to deliver effective, targeted doses of “FLASH” radiation to cancer patients.
Satellite approaching an asteroid
// S&T Highlights
The Laboratory is taking part in NASA’s first-ever planetary defense test, which deliberately collides a spacecraft into an asteroid called Dimorphos.
Building and SC21 logo
// Recognition
A Livermore team has won the first-ever Best Reproducibility Advancement Award at the 2021 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis.
Colorful on top of a hand
// S&T Highlights
Rock weathering — the process of chemical transformation by long exposure to water and the atmosphere — boosts soil organic carbon storage by altering soil mineralogy.
Artist's conception of gravity waves spiralling out from black hole
// S&T Highlights
A research team has dveloped a machine learning-based technique capable of automatically deriving a mathematical model for the motion of binary black holes from raw gravitational wave data.
Man in bunny suit holding metal part
// S&T Highlights
Third in a series of articles describing aspects of the National Ignition Facility’s record-breaking 1.3-megajoule experiment.
Flames consume a home
// S&T Highlights
Research shows that two-thirds of the increase in vapor pressure deficit, an indication of fire weather, in the western United States is due to human-caused climate change.
Man sitting at typewriter on left, woman, seated, on right.
// A Look Back
Artificial intelligence research begins at Lawrence Livermore.
Image of the sun
// S&T Highlights
First in a series of articles describing aspects of the National Ignition Facility’s record-breaking 1.3-megajoule experiment.
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// S&T Highlights
Second in a series of articles describing aspects of the National Ignition Facility’s record-breaking 1.3-megajoule experiment.