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Propellants, Exlosives, Pyrotechnics journal cover
// Journal Covers
A Livermore team tests powders as a mock material for HMX.
image of michael schneider
// Recognition
LLNL researcher Michael Schneider's work in dark energy has earned him a Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science 2017 Early Career Research award.
Joanna Albala was named the STEM Advocate of the Year
// Recognition
Livermore’s Joanna Albala was recently named the STEM Advocate of the Year by the Executive Council of the North Central Valley STEM Center for going above and beyond in creating opportunities for students.
Ben Santer honored
// Recognition
Renowned atmospheric scientist Ben Santer has been selected as a fellow by the American Meteorological Society.
Researcher Edgar A. León honored
// Recognition
One of the premier computer science conferences in the world recently recognized Livermore researcher Edgar A. León and his collaborators with the Best Paper award for their modeling work on parallel performance.
Nature Energy journal cover
// Journal Covers
This research addresses the factors that control the performance of layered transition-metal dichalcogenide catalysts based on molybdenum and tungsten, potentially useful materials for generating hydrogen.
Fifteen Laboratory scientists
// Recognition
Fifteen Laboratory scientists and engineers have been named to Lawrence Livermore's third annual Early and Mid-Career Recognition Program.
Dmitri Ryutov
// Recognition
For his work in plasma physics during his 22-year stint at LLNL and previous research at the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Dmitri Ryutov has garnered the American Physical Society’s James Clerk Maxwell Prize for Plasma Physics.
Physicist Andrew MacKinnon
// Recognition
Physicist Andrew MacKinnon has been awarded the John Dawson Award for Excellence in Plasma Physics Research by the American Physical Society’s Division of Plasma Physics.
Radio and optical data from a galaxy
// S&T Highlights
An international research team explores the origin energetic radio relics in merging galaxy clusters.