A novel neutron multiplicity detector yields improved protections against nuclear threats.
A low-density polymer foam plug used to occlude damaged blood vessels lowers risk of stroke and death.
The versatile Scalable Checkpoint/Restart framework offers more reliable simulation performance.
From laptops to supercomputers, software deployment is faster and easier with the Spack package management tool.
Livermore scientists aim to greatly increase target performance for fusion ignition experiments with new hohlraum designs that go “outside the box.”
Recent technological advances have given scientists the unprecedented capability to detect “invisible” particles that may dominate the universe.
Preparations for an experiment at a forthcoming accelerator facility reveal an unexpected property of a radioactive zirconium isotope.
Deputy Director for Science and Technology
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