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Livermore efforts limit the need for rare-earth
elements in clean-energy technologies

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Lasers Shed Light on the Universe's Most Luminous Events

Exploring Gamma-Ray Bursts

Experiments provide insight into gamma-ray bursts. Read more…


Studying Biological Structures

Simulations advance single biomolecule imaging. Read more…

A Virtual Laboratory for Studying Biological Structures


Uncovering Dirty Secrets about Soil Carbon

Dirty Secrets about Soil Carbon

Secrets of soil decomposition revealed. Read more…

 

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Glenn A. Fox

Associate Director for Physical and Life Sciences

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