Life-Extension Programs Require Outstanding Resources and Partnerships
Commentary by Charlie Verdon
Extending the Life of a Workhorse Warhead
The W80-4 life-extension program requires Lawrence Livermore’s exceptional experimental, computational, and manufacturing capabilities.
Stronger Structures through Scientific Collaboration
Lawrence Livermore’s Seismic Cooperation Program helps countries improve infrastructure to resist earthquake damage.
A Science-Based Tool for Emergency Planning
Livermore’s web-based resource helps U.S. cities develop emergency plans for what to do following the detonation of an improvised nuclear device.
A Bird’s-Eye View of Computing Performance
ScrubJay, a Livermore-developed data analysis tool, helps ensure that the Laboratory’s high-performance computing center lives up to its name.
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