Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Current Issue January/February 2023

Big Risks and Bold Science

Five projects conducted under the Laboratory’s Disruptive Research Program meet objectives to innovate and inform future investigations.

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3D Printing Optical-Quality Glass

A new extrusion technique gives researchers and manufacturers the ability to print complex, gradient-property glass structures.

Optics for Petawatt Pulses

Newly developed gratings will bring exotic physics into view by facilitating high-energy laser experiments.

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Powering Next-Generation Energy Storage Devices

Durable, extrudable feedstock materials will enable 3D printing of optimized batteries, supercapacitors, and other functional devices.

Tracing a Decade of Growth

A Livermore technology has flourished since its inception, spurring entrepreneurial success and enabling safety experts to investigate diverse threat spaces.

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A Legacy of Innovation
Commentary by
Chris Spadaccini

Division Leader for Materials Engineering

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