Science and Technology Highlights

Five people wearing bunny suits (3 at left) surround four square panels whoing rainbox colors.
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Livermore researchers and their collaborators have developed new high-energy pulse compression gratings that will be used in the world’s highest-power laser system.
Artist's conception of exoplanet circling red dwarf star
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Researchers are exploring the opacity of hydrogen under the extreme pressures and relatively low temperatures found in the interior of red dwarfs.
Photo of microgram amount of curium compound, roughly spheircal in shape
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Researchers have developed a new method to isolate and study in great detail some of the rarest and most toxic elements on Earth.
Illustration of four thin needles among mesh of neurons
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Flexible probes utilize light and chemical sensors to study and treat conditions of the eyes, ears, and brain.
Virtual reality rendering of hand holding game device
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A Livermore-developed interactive simulator provides real-time gamma and neutron data for cutting-edge nuclear emergency response training.
Three people standing on top of building with large fan units
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Livermore’s Exascale Computing Facility Modernization project team delivered the infrastructure required to bring exascale computing online in 2023.
Electrical component with parallel metal fins
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A light-activated technology significantly improves electricity delivery for smart grid applications.
Computer workflow illustration with boxes and lines
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A scalable workflow manager maximizes utilization of computing resources for complex research.
Black box containing electronic equipment and R&D 100 logo
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An advanced multiplicity counter provides critical real-time data to identify nuclear threats.
Person wuth gloved hand holding metal cylinder
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Livermore has received a sample from the spacecraft Hayabusa2's mission to the asteroid 162173 Ryugu.