The Laboratory in the News

More Insight to Better Understanding Climate Change
Commentary by Tomás Díaz de la Rubia

Strengthening Our Understanding of Climate Change
Researchers at the Center for Accelerator Mass Spectrometry are working to better understand climate variation and sharpen the accuracy of predictive models.

Precision Diagnostics Tell All
The National Ignition Facility relies on sophisticated diagnostic instruments for measuring the key physical processes that occur in high-energy-density experiments.

Quick Detection of Pathogens by the Thousands
Livermore scientists have developed a device that can simultaneously identify thousands of viruses and bacteria within 24 hours.

Carbon Dioxide into the Briny Deep
A proposed technique for burying carbon dioxide underground could help mitigate the effects of this greenhouse gas while producing freshwater.




December 2010

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