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Machine learning aids in materials design
From NIF to Z: LLNL continues to collaborate with Sandia on technology transfer projects
Scientists create unique instrument to probe most extreme matter on Earth
Lawrence Livermore team looks at nuclear weapon effects for near-surface detonations
DOE honors two early career Lab scientists
Smashing gold with finesse: Shockless compression experiments establish new pressure scales
Decontaminating N95 masks for reuse
Rochester laser experiments demonstrate ‘helium rain’ likely falls in solar system
Research describes slow and fast light in plasma
LLNL-patented power grid technology could reduce global CO2 emissions by 10 percent or more
Scientists use simulations to examine performance of materials in NIF experiments
Experiments validate possibility of helium rain inside Jupiter and Saturn
Laser-driven ion acceleration with deep learning
Candid cosmos: eROSITA cameras set benchmark for astronomical imaging
Satellites may have underestimated warming in lower atmosphere
Showcasing Lab’s military and veterans service
Lab postdocs invited to prestigious Heidelberg Forum
Application process opens for Lawrence Livermore National Security annual Community Gift Program
Data-driven future of extreme physics
New Research Could Help Manufacturers Avoid 3D-Printing Pitfall
We’ve Got Dirt on Soil Protists
Underneath it all: dishing dirt on protists
Scientists identify key trends in high-energy-density mixing layers
Researchers Observe New Complexity of Traveling Brain Waves in Memory Circuits
Observations show marine clouds amplify warming
Observations show marine clouds amplify global warming
LLNL-developed thin-film electrodes reveal key insight into human brain activity
Conference papers highlight importance of data security to machine learning
Changing what is possible in fusion drives ORNL’s FERMI project
Advanced Data Analytics for Proliferation Detection shares technical advances during two-day meeting
Lawrence Livermore takes part in international planetary defense conference
It’s only natural: Using environmental microbes to remove uranium from groundwater
HPC4Energy Innovation kicks off spring solicitation
Predatory bacteria bite their own
Direct drug delivery with carbon nanotube porins
Neural nets used to rethink material design
Study highlights promise of 3D printing for electrochemical reactors
1D model helps clarify implosion performance at NIF
Krell Institute honors Hittinger with Corones Award
Sterile neutrinos may be portal to dark side
Lab postdocs selected to participate in Nobel meeting
Lab offers forum on machine learning for industry
Team improves polar direct drive fusion neutron sources for use in National Ignition Facility experiments
Bay Area labs to host business partnership event
Found: A fast and accurate way to optimize fusion energy devices
Scientists reject restrictive heat flux models using directly driven gold spheres
Air Force reservists a vital part of Lab’s workforce
Lab team’s new interferometric instrument improves refractive index measurements at high pressure