Science and Technology Highlights

Water and clouds at Lake Erie
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Livermore scientists and collaborators have used a new technique to better forecast the level of algal toxins that accumulate in Lake Erie every year.
Racks of network devices
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Lawrence Livermore will lead a National Nuclear Security Administration project with Cornelis Networks to collaborate on next-generation high-performance networking.
Four square images, one showing vertical pin, three images of acoustic waves
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Livermore researchers have developed a new all-optical ultrasound technique capable of performing on-demand characterization of melt tracks and detecting formation of defects in a popular metal 3D printing process.
Diagram with lines and arrows depicting experimental layout
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Livermore researchers have refined the measurement of the gamma (γ)-to-neutron branching ratio in deuterium-tritium (D-T) fusion reactions, a result that is relevant to fusion energy.
LLNL logo and City of Livermore logo against photo of vineyard
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The Laboratory has signed a memorandum of understanding with the city of Livermore to collaborate on advancing climate action in Livermore
Woman at left wearing goggles working on machine
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Researchers have demonstrated the ability to 3D-print microscopic objects in silica glass, part of an effort to produce delicate, layer-less optics that can be built in seconds or minutes.
Row of six wind turbines on hilltop
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A Livermore climate scientist and collaborators developed a novel approach to more quickly see the temperature response to strong emissions reductions.
Man holding tube-shaped tool above rack of test tubes
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LLNL researchers recently learned that they had received an “A” grade for the 12th consecutive year in October’s 50th Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons proficiency test.
A solar farm with dozens of rows of solar panels to the horizon
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In 2021, Americans used 5% more energy than in 2020, according to the most recent energy flow charts released by the Laboratory.
Gloved hand holding chip with four wires attached
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Livermore’s innovative 3D battery designs increase power density and longevity for remote applications.