Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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The Laboratory’s Habit of Innovation

Investments in high-performance computing innovation have led to 10 R&D 100 awards for computing in the last decade.

Article and Video | Inside this issue


Growing Semiconductors, Reducing Cost

Livermore’s adaptation of a semiconductor fabrication process reduces the cost of producing specialized circuit components used in lasers and other scientific instruments.

Data Reinforcements

A technology developed through industry partnership ensures real-time reactor data collection for nuclear safety and treaty compliance.



Evolving at the Speed of Exascale

Five years after winning an R&D 100 award, the Scalable Checkpoint/Restart (SCR) framework team prepares for operation on exascale systems.

Celebrating Livermore’s Record of Innovation
Commentary by
Marcus Worsley

Staff scientist in the Advanced Materials Synthesis group of the Physical and Life Sciences Principal Directorate

The Laboratory in the News



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