The Laboratory in the News

Serving the Nation as a Broad National Security Laboratory
Commentary by George H. Miller

From Respiration to Carbon Capture
A synthetic molecule that mimics the way our lungs and blood separate carbon dioxide may help coal-fired power plants capture this greenhouse gas.

Lending a Hand to an Oily Problem
In 2010, Lawrence Livermore contributed technical expertise and Laboratory resources in response to the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

A Complex Game of Cat and Mouse
An innovative adaptive modeling framework takes analyzing real-world adversarial systems to a whole new level.

New Campus Set to Transform Two National Laboratories
A new combined open campus for Lawrence Livermore and Sandia national laboratories aims to attract increased collaboration by businesses and universities.




March 2011

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