Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Current Issue August 2020


The Worldwide Effort to Ban Chemical Weapons

The Laboratory’s Forensic Science Center supports international efforts to prohibit chemical warfare agents.

Featured article | Inside this issue

The Sierra Era

Lawrence Livermore’s fastest supercomputer runs mission-driven simulations on specially optimized hardware and software.


Tapping the Earth’s Heat for Clean Energy

Working in a deep underground tunnel, researchers are learning how to turn heat from impermeable rock into clean, low-carbon-emitting power.


Drop by Drop: A Promising Method for Printing Metal Parts

A novel additive manufacturing technique applies tiny droplets of molten metal layer by layer.



Commentary by Huban A. Gowadia

Deputy Director for Global Security

Working toward a World Free of Chemical Weapons


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