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Livermore Leaps into Quantum Computing

Scientists tackle the next computing frontier with innovative research.

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Newly Created Water Phase Helps Solve Planetary Mystery

Newly Created Water Phase Helps Solve Planetary Mystery

Researchers create an exotic form of water ice that verifies a decades-old prediction.
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Defending the Vulnerable Power Grid

Livermore's Skyfall laboratory helps critical systems learn how to better withstand disasters.
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Defending the Vulnerable Power Grid


Virtual and Augmented Reality Yield New Insights

Virtual and Augmented Reality Yield New Insights

Virtual reality technology finds real-world applications at the National Ignition Facility.
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