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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.
Two scientists with equipment
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Since the attacks on the nation on Sept. 11, 2001, the Lab has continued to provide expertise in threat and risk assessment, detection of threat materials, and forensic analysis.
Metal nozzles and laser beams
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Researchers studied the melting behavior of tantalum at multi-megabar pressures on the nanosecond timescale.
Mark Zelinka
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The American Meteorological Society has selected atmospheric scientist Mark Zelinka to receive the Henry G. Houghton Award.
Image of Mars (left) and artist's conception (right)
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A United Arab Emirates Mars mission uses Livermore-made optics in the spectrometer used to image the surface.
The Bipolar Reset Experiment
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Livermore scientists are working on a new diagnostic capability that will provide, for the first time, the ability to make x-ray radiographic movies.
Interior of NIF chamber with text "1.3 MJ"
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On Aug. 8, 2021, an experiment at Lawrence Livermore’s National Ignition Facility made a significant step toward ignition, achieving a yield of more than 1.3 megajoules.