Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Current Issue January/February 2022


The Path to a Carbon Neutral California

A Livermore report outlines a strategy to reduce California’s carbon emissions to net zero by 2045.

Featured article | Inside this issue

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Assured and Robust…or Bust

New approaches to artificial intelligence improve machine-learning predictions in real-world applications.


A Shot Like No Other

A high-explosive experiment at the National Ignition Facility expands understanding of material characteristics.

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Accelerating Nuclear Forensics in the Field

A prototype, field-deployable device offers postdetonation debris analysis following a nuclear event.



Commentary by Roger Aines

Leads the Director’s Initiative in Engineering the Carbon Economy.

A New Age for Public-Facing Science at Lawrence Livermore


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