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The Case for Modern Forensic Science

Livermore's Forensic Science Center guides the field toward more objective techniques.

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X-Ray Machine Does Double Duty

X-Ray Machine Does Double Duty

A Flash X Ray (FXR) upgrade expands its contributions to the national security mission.
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A Slam Dunk Program for Aspiring Researchers

Postdoctoral researchers build communication skills at the Laboratory's Research Slam. Read more…

A Slam Dunk Program for Aspiring Researchers


Interweaving Timelines for Faster Solutions

Interweaving Timelines for Faster Solutions

Livermore’s XBraid algorithm uses high-performance computers more effectively. Read more…

 

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Bruce E. Warner

Associate Director for Global Security

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