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Leading a Revolution in Design

Researchers work to transform how engineers create additively-manufactured parts and systems.

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Beaming

"Beaming" Objects with Volumetric Lithography

New three-dimensional printing approaches materialize objects all at once instead of gradually. Read more…


Big Idea for Tiny Targets

The National Ignition Facility explores methods for supporting fuel capsules inside targets. Read more…

Big Ideas for Tiny Targets


Going Beneath the Grid with Underground Energy Storage

Going Beneath the Grid with Underground Energy Storage

An underground energy storage system could help reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Read more…

 

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Anantha Krishnan

Associate Director for Engineering

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