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Donna Strickland
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Physics Nobel laureate Donna Strickland spoke at the Laboratory.
Illustration of nanopore
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New research shows that synthetic solid-state nanopores can have finely tuned transport behaviors much like the biological channels that allow a neuron to fire.
Lab staff in the deep learning class
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Livermore employees learned the essentials of machine learning and neural networks during a recent “Deep Learning 101.”
Person uses virtual reality technology
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Virtual reality technology finds real-world applications at the National Ignition Facility.
Computed Axial Lithography system
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Researchers have developed a new high-speed 3D printing method called Computed Axial Lithography.
Graphic illustrating quantum superposition
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Livermore scientists have been researching and developing quantum systems for a decade
Scientist at keyboard
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Livermore scientists are developing software to protect the electric grid from cyberattack
molecular dynamics simulation shows the fast diffusion of hydrogen ions
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A research team successfully produced superionic ice.
Ignacio Laguna
// Recognition
Ignacio Laguna was selected as one of four 2019 Better Scientific Software Fellows, recognizing his leadership and advocacy of high-quality scientific software.
Scientists examie power distribution grid simulation
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A Livermore team has taken a key step toward creating a commercial tool that utilities could use to modernize the grid.