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Researchers examine multibeam metal 3D printing platform
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Lawrence Livermore scientists and engineers have created the first research-grade, open-architecture multibeam metal 3D printer.
Melting sea ice
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A paper in the Feb. 25 edition of the journal Nature Climate Change outlines three key climate events that signified a turning point.
Molecular model
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We integrate silicon nanoribbon transistor sensors with an antifouling lipid bilayer coating that contains proton-permeable carbon nanotube porin (CNTP) channels and demonstrate robust pH detection in a variety of complex biological fluids.
Mine with miners
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A joint project will harness existing particle physics research techniques to remotely monitor nuclear reactors.
Scientist at rock outcrop
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A multi-institutional team present evidence that massive volcanic eruptions in the Deccan Traps region of India contributed to the fall of the dinosaurs 66 million years ago.
Scientists hold 3D-printed device
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Livermore scientists and engineers are combining mechanical computing with 3D printing as part of an effort to create “sentient” materials that can respond to changes in their surroundings.
Donna Strickland
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Physics Nobel laureate Donna Strickland spoke at the Laboratory.
Illustration of nanopore
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New research shows that synthetic solid-state nanopores can have finely tuned transport behaviors much like the biological channels that allow a neuron to fire.
Lab staff in the deep learning class
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Livermore employees learned the essentials of machine learning and neural networks during a recent “Deep Learning 101.”
Book cover
// Journal Covers
This book presents recently developed computational approaches for the study of reactive materials under extreme physical and thermodynamic conditions.