Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Current Issue January 2021


Team Science Takes on Infrastructure

The Laboratory tackles 10 years of infrastructure modernization as it anticipates several major projects
and a rapidly growing workforce.

Featured article | Inside this issue

Fighting Bacterial Infections with Machine Learning

A specially designed algorithm, PHANOTATE, could change the way clinicians treat antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections.


Seismic Sleuths Set Off the Source Physics Experiment

Researchers explore how underground chemical explosions improve detection of nuclear tests.


Tailored Water Treatment Ready to Clean Up

A Livermore water treatment technology could reduce treatment costs, preserve useful minerals, and increase fresh water supply in disadvantaged areas.



Commentary by Eric G. McKinzie

Principal Deputy Principal Associate Director for Operations and Business

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