Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Current Issue April 2021

Neural Networks Search for the Nuclear Needle in a Haystack

Livermore researchers develop a system to help analysts find evidence of nuclear weapons proliferation using open-source information.

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Exascale Software Lays Foundation for Discovery of New Materials

The Center for Non-Perturbative Studies of Functional Materials under Non-Equilibrium Conditions advances high-performance computing software to support novel materials discovery.


Shining a Bright Light on Plutonium

Scorpius, a multi-lab project to advance stockpile stewardship, will yield an unprecedented experimental tool powered by Livermore technology.


Johnny Foster: Pushing the Boundaries of Science

A legacy of innovative thinking is alive and well with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s John S. Foster, Jr. Award.



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Deputy Associate Director for Computing

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