The Laboratory in the News

Dealing with the Nonlinear Battlefield
Commentary by Penrose (Parney) C. Albright

From Video to Knowledge
A Livermore computational system is designed to help U.S. agencies monitor tens of square kilometers of terrain, with sufficiently high resolution for tracking people and vehicles for many hours at a time.

Kinetic Models Predict Biofuel Efficiency
An innovative predictive computational tool explains the basic chemistry controlling biofuel processes.

Going Deep with MEGa-Rays
Livermore is creating the brightest gamma-ray light source ever, one that will be able to study the nuclei of individual isotopes.

Energy on Demand
Together with industrial partners, Livermore scientists are building electromechanical batteries that can store and dispatch energy for integration into the electric grid.




April/May 2011

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