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Current Issue December 2017

The Atmosphere around Climate Models

Cutting-edge science and computation capabilities advance climate modeling.

Featured article | Inside this issue

A Reversible Reaction Captures Carbon

A Reversible Reaction Captures Carbon

Discovery of a reversible carbon dioxide reaction leads to a new separation technology. Read more…

Investigating Water under Earth's Surface

Experiments point to the possibility of large oceans under Earth's mantle. Read more…

Investigating Water under Earth's Surface

The Dawn

The Dawn of an Optical Revolution

Livermore scientists create new functionally graded optical materials. Read more…



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