Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Current Issue January/February 2018


Ambassadors of Code

Livermore's open-source software development strengthens Laboratory programs.

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Microbiome Research Takes Flight

Microbiome Research Takes Flight

A biodetection system helps researchers survey microbes in the International Space Station. Read more…


Modeling Seismoacoustic Waves of an Explosive Nature

An innovative computer model offers insight into earthquakes and terrorist blasts. Read more…

Modeling Seismoacoustic Waves of an Explosive Nature


A Solid Hydrogen-Storage Solution

A Solid Hydrogen-Storage Solution

Researchers investigate storing hydrogen in solid materials to advance fuel-cell technologies. Read more…

 

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Bruce Hendrickson

Associate Director for Computation

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