Honoring the Past with a Look to the Future
Commentary by Penrose (Parney) C. Albright
Building New Vaccines for the 21st Century
A Livermore technique uses functionalized nanolipoprotein particles to deliver antigens and adjuvants to create vaccines against infectious diseases.
A Flexible Foundation for High-Energy-Density Science
Scientists have developed a unique set of research platforms for studying high-energy-density physics phenomena at the National Ignition Facility.
Venturing into the Heart of High-Performance Computing Simulations
Researchers from Livermore and IBM have developed a supercomputer code called Cardioid that realistically mimics the electrophysiology of a beating human heart.
Engineered Solutions through Simulation Insights
Laboratory engineers are applying improved computational codes to address key national security problems.
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