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A Center of Excellence
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Agent Defeat Efforts Strike Gold

Agent Defeat Efforts Strike Gold

An effective payload material can destroy chemical and biological weapons facilities. Read more…


ATLAS Supports Alignment

A highly accurate laser tracker speeds alignment of critical diagnostics for National Ignition Facility experiments. Read more…

ATLAS Supports Precise Alignment


Failure in Granular Materials

Failure in Granular Materials

Three-dimensional measurements of granular media under extreme stress reveal new information. Read more…

 

Commentary by
Michel McCoy

Director of the Weapon Simulation and Computing Program

Platforms, Codes, and Facilities Form a Three-Pronged Supercomputing Strategy


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