Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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Preserving the Past to Protect the Future

Scientists digitize and analyze nuclear test films to support stockpile stewardship and nuclear weapons science.

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Plutonium Isotope Standard Enhances International Safeguards

Plutonium Isotope Standard Enhances International Safeguards

Certification of a plutonium reference material will strengthen safeguards worldwide. Read more…


Additive Manufacturing Helps Reinvent Nanoporous Materials

An innovative three-dimensional printing technique helps fabricate specialized foams. Read more…

Additive Manufacturing Helps Reinvent Nanoporous Materials


Sudden Changes at Ultrahigh Pressure

Sudden Changes at Ultrahigh Pressure

Livermore researchers shock matter to reveal new physics of phase transitions. Read more…

 

Commentary by
Charles Verdon

Principal Associate Director for Weapons and Complex Integration

Commentary by Charles Verdon


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