The Laboratory in the News

Deterrence with a Minimum Nuclear Stockpile
Commentary by Bruce T. Goodwin

Enhancing Confidence in the Nation’s Nuclear Stockpile
Livermore experts are participating in a national effort aimed at predicting how nuclear weapon materials and systems will likely change over time.

Narrowing Uncertainties
For climate modeling and many other fields, understanding uncertainty, or margin of error, is critical.

Insight into a Deadly Disease
Laboratory experiments reveal the pathogenesis of tularemia in host cells, bringing scientists closer to developing a vaccine for this debilitating disease.

Return to Rongelap
On the Rongelap Atoll, Livermore scientists are working to minimize radiological exposure for natives now living on or wishing to return to the islands.




July/August 2010

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