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Constantin Haefner, program director for Advanced Photon Technology
// Recognition
Constantin Haefner, program director for Advanced Photon Technology (APT) at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, has been elected a fellow of The Optical Society of America.
Optical fibers against blue background
// S&T Highlights
Scientists at the Laboratory have worked with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and U.S. Navy laboratories on the Tactical Undersea Network Architectures, or TUNA, initiative.
Europium, a rare earth element with the same relative hardness of lead
// S&T Highlights
To help increase the U.S. supply of rare earth metals, a Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory team has created a new way to recover rare earths using bioengineered bacteria.
John Heebner elected Fellow of The Optical Society
// Recognition
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researcher John Heebner has been elected a fellow of The Optical Society of America.
Illustration of laser beams driving an indirect plasma shock wave through the reservoir consisting of a beryllium ablator
// S&T Highlights
Livermore researchers are applying additive manufacturing processes to generate specific nanoporous structures.
A visualization of homogeneous nucleation
// S&T Highlights
Livermore scientists study material phase transitions at extreme conditions.
Cancer Research journal cover
// Journal Covers
The research team reports on a study of glutaminase inhibition's effect on clear cell renal cell carcinoma.
Laboratory physicist Félicie Albert
// Recognition
Félicie Albert was awarded the 2017 Edouard Fabre Prize for her contributions to the physics of laser-driven inertial confinement fusion and laser-produced plasmas.
Nature Cover "Dynamic Dislocations"
// Journal Covers
LLNL researchers have dived down to the atomic scale to resolve every “jiggle and wiggle” of atomic motion that underlies crystal strength.
science image
// S&T Highlights
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will be part of a multi-lab effort to apply high-performance computing to U.S.-based industry's discovery, design, and development of materials for severe environments.