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Three images of the rotation of a crystal structure.
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists have developed a freely available package, Autopack, which can automatically process and label the packing motifs of thousands of molecular crystal structures.
Two images (left) of uranium fuel pellet isotopic heterogeneity and graph showing uranium enrichment (right).
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists identified nuclear forensic signatures from mock evidence in support of an international exercise simulating a nuclear smuggling investigation.
Artist's conception of pancreas.
// S&T Highlights
Georgetown University, and Livermore scientists and collaborators have identified a protein that when removed from the body may help pancreatic cancer patients live longer.
Dr. Kelly Humbird pictured with horse.
// Recognition
Texas A&M University’s Department of Nuclear Engineering has honored Livermore physicist Kelli Humbird with its 2020–21 Young Former Student Award.
Clouds at night illuminated from behind
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists found that climate models may have overestimated the decade-to-decade natural variability of temperature.
Bronis de Supinski
// Recognition
Bronis de Supinski, Livermore Computing’s chief technology officer, has been named an IEEE fellow.
PowerPoint slide explaining robust machine learning
// S&T Highlights
The 34th Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS) is featuring two papers advancing the reliability of deep learning for mission-critical applications.
Multiphysics simulation of laser-induced melting of stainless steel (top); cross-sections of laser tracks in stainless steel (bottom)
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists simulated the droplet ejection process in an emerging metal 3D printing technique called “liquid metal jetting.”
International Filtration News cover issue 6 2020
// Recognition
International Filtration News selected a carbon nanotube (CNT) porin technology developed by Lawrence Livermore researchers and colleagues as one of the top filtration innovations in 2020, featuring it on the cover of issue 6 2020.
Three atmospheric black carbon maps
// S&T Highlights
A team of Livermore scientists has modeled the global climatic consequences of a regional nuclear weapons exchange.