Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Current Issue July/August 2019


A New Carbon Economy Takes Shape

Scientists explore technologies and methods for reducing atmospheric waste gases.

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No Shots in the Dark

No Shots in the Dark

At the National Ignition Facility, scientists assess the risk of damage from debris and shrapnel during laser shots.


Big Data Illuminates the Physical Sciences

Scientists apply innovative data analysis and interpretation techniques to fundamental science research.

Big Data Illuminates the Physical Sciences


The Pressure’s On: Diamond Anvil Cells Reimagined

The Pressure’s On: Diamond Anvil Cells Reimagined

A new design for diamond anvil cells helps scientists examine materials of interest.



Commentary by William H. Goldstein

Director of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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