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Artist's conception of carbon cycle
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Scientist have developed a benchmark of nitrogen and phosphorus limitation for models to be used for predictions of the terrestrial carbon sink.
Scientist working at instrument
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LLNL researchers created a 3D microelectrode array (3DMEA) platform in which they were able to keep hundreds of thousands of human-derived neurons alive.
Artist's conception of autonomous vehicles on road
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Livermore scientists are using to determine the most efficient strategy for charging and driving electric vehicles used for ride-hailing services.
S230 antibody
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Livermore researchers developed a preliminary set of predictive 3D protein structures of the novel coronavirus that is currently spreading globally.
Cover of study
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Livermore scientists have identified a robust suite of technologies to help California clear the last hurdle and become carbon neutral – and ultimately carbon negative – by 2045.
Artist's conception of 3D printed electrodes
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Scientists have developed a new class of aerogel electrodes with a simultaneous boost in energy and power density.
Simulation of Rayleigh-Taylor hydrodynamic instability
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Scientists at the National Ignition Facility have reached a better understanding of the causes of plasma instabilities.
Nanocarbon condensate
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An LLNL team has proven that nanocarbon can be synthesized by applying strong shocks to an organic material.
Stars in the constellation Carina
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Micrometer-sized silicon carbide stardust grains extracted from the Murchison meteorite formed anywhere from 1.5 million to 3 billion years before the formation of our solar system.
People holding award plaque
// Recognition
Former Secretary of Energy Rick Perry recognized Livermore staff with six Secretary’s Honor Awards at a ceremony at Department of Energy headquarters.