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Current Issue December 2023

Ultrawide Bandgap Materials in the Spotlight

A three-year project to optimize and synthesize ultrawide bandgap materials will first serve the National Ignition Facility with devices to enable more laser shots.

Featured article | Inside this issue

Two men holding a drone-like device.

Beneath the Surface

MiRadar, a wideband imaging radar system developed at Lawrence Livermore, discovers buried threats.

Big Potential with Small-Scale Carbon Capture

Innovative point source carbon capture offers new opportunities for greener industries.


Two researchers in a laboratory setting.

SHASTA Lays Foundations for Hydrogen Energy Storage

A multilaboratory effort assesses the science and technoeconomics of underground hydrogen storage.

Supporting the Mission with Materials Excellence
Commentary by
Manyalibo (Ibo) Matthews

Materials Science Division Leader

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