Science and Technology Highlights

Artist's conception of beta decay
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An international team has found the answer to a 50-year-old puzzle that explains why beta decays of atomic nuclei are slower than expected.
E3SM  climate simulation
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Investigators have found a technique to reduce the uncertainty in predicting future change.
Molecular model
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Livermore researchers have developed a new biological sensor that could help clinicians better diagnose cancer and epilepsy.
Scientist examining screen
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Livermore launched a new initiative focused on sharing solutions with local communities to help them develop a sustainable, resilient and affordable energy infrastructure.
Horned beetle
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A research team has learned how the digestive system of a wood-eating beetle serves as a natural mini-reactor for biofuel production.
An artist's rendering of a printed spiral filament loaded with live cells.
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Researchers have 3D printed live cells that convert glucose to ethanol and carbon dioxide gas (CO2), demonstrating a technology that can lead to high biocatalytic efficiency.
Screen shot of ARC video
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We created this new video animation to explain how the Advanced Radiographic Capability (ARC) laser works.
Three scientists
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A research team has developed a novel system for recording widespread brain activity,
Two scientists examining slide
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Veterinarians and agricultural inspectors can now turn to a newer, faster and less expensive biological detection system.
Researchers examine multibeam metal 3D printing platform
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Lawrence Livermore scientists and engineers have created the first research-grade, open-architecture multibeam metal 3D printer.