Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Current Issue December 2016


The National Ignition Facility
Explores the Cosmos

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Getting to the End of the Matter

The End of the Matter

Livermore researchers helped discover six superheavy elements, gaining a better understanding of the periodic table. Read more…


Asteroid Deflection

Computer simulations help prepare for a full-scale asteroid deflection experiment. Read more…

Asteroid Deflection


Tiny Building Blocks

Tiny Building Blocks

Carbon nanotubes are key to a new fabric that can block biological and chemical threats. Read more…

 

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Charles Verdon

Principal Associate Director for Weapons and Complex Integration

A Stellar Experimental Facility for Stockpile Sustainment and Fundamental Science


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