Science and Technology Highlights

City Planner Resource (iCPR) animation
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A team of Laboratory engineers, computer scientists, and health physicists have developed a planning resource that can assist local governments in determining the best actions to take following the detonation of an improvised nuclear device.
Unify file system diagram
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Livermore develops software to reduce performance drag caused by input/output (I/O) workloads.
A cross-sectional look at a NIF fuel capsule
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LLNL target fabrication scientists have found a way to make an already hair-thin layer of frozen inertial confinement fusion fuel even slimmer.
A range of Discovery Science Program ideas
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The Discovery Science Program has spun off a wealth of benefits to the world’s largest and highest-energy laser system.
The Sierra supercomputer
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Sierra, Livermore’s newest supercomputer, rose to second place on the list of the world’s fastest computing systems, the TOP500 List.
The Corona high-performance computing cluster
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Livermore will accept delivery of Corona, a new unclassified high-performance computing cluster.
Power lines
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Livermore scientists are working to determine the risk to the grid from a cyberattack.
Scientist tests opitcal fiber
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Livermore has won five Technology Commercialization Fund grants from the Department of Energy.
Swetha Chandrasekaran holds 3D-printed graphene aerogel supercapacitor
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Researchers at Livermore and the University of California, Santa Cruz have created 3D-printed supercapacitor electrodes capable of achieving record-breaking performance.
LLNL at the Grace Hopper Cnference
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Lawrence Livermore sent 43 employees to the annual Grace Hopper Celebration, the premier international gathering of women in computing.