Commentary by Kim Budil
From providing data that sheds light on the complex physics of a nuclear weapon to furnishing a valuable training ground for the next generation of stockpile stewards, Livermore’s Inertial Confinement Fusion program brings unparalleled value to the nation.
Livermore researchers are developing a simple, yet powerful, health assessment tool for use on the battlefield, in space, or in other isolated settings.
Using a real-world application for quantum mechanics, Laboratory researchers are finding ways to make hydrogen fuel tanks more efficient.
Twenty years of Livermore research has revealed the mechanisms behind plutonium’s slow migration through the environment.