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Three scientists in front of a crystalline material simulation image
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Using machine learning, evolutionary algorithms, and other advanced computational techniques, researchers at Lawrence Livermore have successfully modeled how atoms are arranged between the crystals that make up most materials.
Scientist working at spectrometry system.
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Livermore and Texas A&M scientists gain a better understanding of how radiation defects form
Cover of Journal of Computational Chemistry
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New tool for faster, more accurate analysis of chemical bonding
Artist's representation of neitron beta decay
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A new calculation of nucleon axial coupling offers insights into the properties of neutrons.
U.S. Naval vessel
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Livermore researchers are collaborating with the U.S. Navy on 3D-printing critical replacement parts.
Protein filaments align themselves in parallel in large domains
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An international research team has developed an x-ray-based method to study individual amyloid fibrils
Scientists examine portable diagnostic machine capable of probing inside metal parts
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A Livermore team has designed and built a portable diagnostic machine capable of probing the melt pool in additive manufacturing processes to improve part quality.
Backscattered scanning electron microscope image of meteorite
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Scientists have determined how and when the red planet’s crustal topographic and geophysical divide formed by examining an ancient Martian meteorite.
Scientists analyze forensic bone samples
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A Livermore-led scientific team has developed a science-based, statistically validated way to use protein markers from human bones for identification
The PROSPECT neutrino detector.
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he Precision Reactor Oscillation and Spectrum Experiment will probe the possible existence of a new form of matter—sterile neutrinos