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Lab makes Glassdoor’s 2021 list of ‘Best Places to Work’
Lab’s ACT-UP awards focus on collaborative research
Putting pieces back together – reconstructing solar system’s original architecture
Lawrence Livermore computer scientist heads award-winning computer vision research
Fast transport in carbon nanotube membranes could advance human health
Researchers develop broadband X-ray source needed to perform new measurements at NIF
LLNL develops optical capability for thin-film neural implants to look into brain activity
Paying for emissions we’ve already released
Molecular crystal structures pack it in
Lab garners five commercialization grants
Diamonds are not just for jewelry anymore
Lab data center partners to host two rising seniors
FSU computational scientist demonstrates how supernovae detonate
Former intern, a ‘Voice to Tomorrow,’ wins Rieser award
Lab campaign raises record $3.9 million for charities
Climate models overestimate natural variability
Lawrence Livermore National Security announces recipients of annual Community Gift Program
Dig this – Livermorium Park breaks ground
NeurIPS papers aim to improve understanding and robustness of machine learning algorithms
Lab study of droplet dynamics advances 3D printing
Researchers measure electron emission to improve understanding of laser-based metal 3D printing
Lab scientists among most cited researchers worldwide
Examining climate effects of regional nuclear exchange
Girls Who Code – ‘Big’ program goes virtual
Cynthia Rivera selected to lead Operations & Business
DisrupTECH features superior plastics recycling, smart software, predictive mapping
3D printed electrodes free gas
Meteorites might have kick-started life on early Earth
HPC4Energy Innovation kicks off fall 2020 solicitation
3D-printed glass enhances optical design flexibility
PPPL presents discoveries and plays a prominent role at global physics gathering
Model for COVID-19 drug discovery a Gordon Bell finalist
Tiny tubes come in big packages
LLNL wins two FLC awards for tech transfer
DOE announces five new energy projects at LLNL
Solar system formed in less than 200,000 years
Lab will play key role in upcoming battery summit
Building a secure biosystem to protect microorganisms
LLNL, partners open access to CO2 storage simulator
Researchers working to ‘upcycle’ polymers
Mammoth computing cluster to aid COVID research
A PROMISE to trace path of individual carbon atoms
American Chemical Society announces election results for 2021 officers and directors
LaserNetUS High-Power Laser Consortium, Including Berkeley Lab, Receives $18M From U.S. DOE
DOE awards $18 million to LaserNetUS consortium
LaserNetUS High-Power Laser Consortium, Including Berkeley Lab, Receives $18M From U.S. DOE
New materials help expand volumetric 3D printing
Girls persevere for STEM in virtual conference