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The High-repetition-rate Advanced Petawatt Laser
// AM, Lasers & Optics, NCI, Recognition
Three teams of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists, each supported by a Laboratory business development executive, have captured regional awards for technology transfer from the Federal Laboratory Consortium.
A colorized scanning electron micrograph of Escherichia coli (E. coli).
// BIO, S&T Highlights
Multi-institutional research team develops a new system to control gene expression in laboratory bacteria.
Portraits of 15 scientists
// AM, BIO, E&A, HEDS, HPC, Lasers & Optics, NCI, Recognition
Fifteen Lab scientists and engineers have been named to Lawrence Livermore's (LLNL) fourth annual Early and Mid-Career Recognition (EMCR) Program.
Nanoporous gold structure
// AM, LDRD, S&T Highlights
Combining 3D printing through extrusion-based direct ink writing and an alloying and dealloying process, researchers have engineered nanoporous gold.
Bill McClean
// HEDS, NCI, Recognition
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry recognized Livermore chemist Bill McLean with a Secretary’s Achievement Award.
Five scientists' portraits
// AM, HEDS, Lasers & Optics, NCI, Recognition

Five Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers join an eclectic group of entrepreneurs, writers, executives, philanthropists and more on Diablo Magazine’s annual “40 Under 40” list, which recognizes young professi

Scientist in front of the CMS detector
// HEDS, S&T Highlights
A research team announced the discovery of the Higgs boson particle transforming into bottom quarks as it decays.
Scientists examine floor-standing equipment
// NCI, S&T Highlights
A team of Livermore scientists has developed an expanded nuclear fission chain theory and detectors.
Four scientist portraits
// AM, HEDS, HPC, NCI, Recognition
Four Livermore researchers have been named Distinguished Members of Technical Staff.
Barry Chen among racks of supercomputers
// HPC, LDRD, S&T Highlights
Researchers are developing new deep learning and high-performance computing algorithms that can sift through massive amounts of data for evidence of nuclear proliferation activities.