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Small Brain-on-a-Chip Promises Big Payoffs

Livermore's brain-on-a-chip offers a more effective way to evaluate the organ's response to threats.

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A Brilliant Mind Leaves an Indelible Legacy

A Brilliant Mind Leaves an Indelible Legacy

Lawrence Livermore celebrates the life of its third director, Harold Brown. Read more…


“Mini” Device Set to Analyze Mysterious Psyche

A space-bound gamma-ray spectrometer could provide insight into the formation of terrestrial planets. Read more…

“Mini” Device Set to Analyze Mysterious Psyche


Energetic Laser Helps Test Weapon Survivability

Energetic Laser Helps Test Weapon Survivability

Scientists evaluate nonnuclear weapons' ability to withstand extreme environments.
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