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Building a foundation for exascale computing and the scientific breakthroughs it will bring

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Nuclear Data Moves into the 21st Century

Modernizing the Format of Nuclear Data

An international effort aims to bring the format of nuclear data into the 21st century. Read more…


Lick Observatory's Future

A lifecycle model of the historic observatory informs decisions about its future. Read more…

Peering Into the Future of Lick Observatory


Facility Drives Hydrogen Vehicle Innovations

Hydrogen Vehicle Innovations

Researchers are advancing high-performance hydrogen storage and pumping technologies. Read more…

 

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Rokaya Al-Ayat

Manager of the Laboratory Directed Research and Development Program

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