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Research process image
// S&T Highlights
Lawrence Livermore scientists have received funding improve the energy efficiency of copper-based catalysts to convert carbon dioxide into methane and other valuable hydrocarbon products.
Video screen capture of National Ignition Facility
// S&T Highlights
This video describes the work of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's National Ignition Facility.
Two researchers in front of logo
// Recognition
Two researchers affiliated with Lawrence Livermore, a current employee and a retiree, have been named fellows of the international Combustion Institute (link is external) (CI).
Cutaway showing Earth's core
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists observe the first experimental evidence of a noble gas element reacting with a metal.
Artist rendering of the solid electrolyte material
// S&T Highlights
An international collaboration jointly led by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is studying materials for solid-state lithium-ion batteries.
Astronauts at the Nevada Test Site
// A Look Back
In February 1965, Apollo astronauts paid a visit to the pockmarked desert of the Nevada Test Site as part of their lunar training.
Researchers with drone
// S&T Highlights
A team of Livermore researchers is developing networks capable of "collaborative autonomy"
A defect-free stretch of fiber co-doped with erbium (Er) and ytterbium (Yb).
// S&T Highlights
Lawrence Livermore researchers are developing lasers that are both high-powered and “eye-safer” to reduce the danger of retinal damage to bystanders from exposure to scattered laser light.
Colorized image of a NIF “Bigfoot” deuterium-tritium (DT) implosion
// S&T Highlights
Bigfoot is an experimental platform designed to control implosion symmetry and hydrodynamic instabilities, improve predictability, and enhance the delivery of laser energy to NIF’s targets.
Screen shot of CAMS video
// S&T Highlights
Scientists use accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) to find out how old a sample is. (Video)