Science and Technology Highlights

Man in bunny suit holding metal part
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Third in a series of articles describing aspects of the National Ignition Facility’s record-breaking 1.3-megajoule experiment.
Flames consume a home
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Research shows that two-thirds of the increase in vapor pressure deficit, an indication of fire weather, in the western United States is due to human-caused climate change.
A salmon jumping from river
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A Multi-institutional team of researchers found that late-migrating fish that spend a year in their home streams as juveniles leave in the fall and arrive in the ocean larger and more likely to survive their years at sea.
Image of the sun
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First in a series of articles describing aspects of the National Ignition Facility’s record-breaking 1.3-megajoule experiment.
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Second in a series of articles describing aspects of the National Ignition Facility’s record-breaking 1.3-megajoule experiment.
Subnanoscale reversible alane cluster—molecular diagram
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Researchers are exploring the use of metal hydrides to reversibly release and uptake hydrogen under mild conditions.
Optical microscopic image of a 3D-printed carbon log-pile
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Livermore scientists have created nanostrut-connected tube-in-tubes that enable stronger low-density structural materials.
Simulation of a computationally designed antibody with colorful ribbons of proten strands
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Livermore has joined the international Human Vaccines Project to accelerate vaccine development and understanding of immune response.
A cutaway drawing of an ASML EUVL machine. Credit: ASML
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The microprocessors at the heart of an increasing number of the world’s newest mobile phones and personal computers were made possible in part by Livermore research.
Two bunny-suited engineers look through large circular glass.
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Livermore has shipped the last of six optical filters for the Vera C. Rubin Observatory telescope’s camera.