Materials that Matter
Commentary by Glenn A. Fox
Reducing Reliance on Critical Materials
Livermore scientists are finding ways to reduce the need for rare-earth elements in technologies for the nation’s fast-growing clean-energy industry.
Lasers Shed Light on the Universe’s Most Luminous Events
Researchers are close to achieving the experimental conditions needed for studying the relativistic shock waves that drive gamma-ray bursts.
A Virtual Laboratory for Studying Biological Structures
Livermore-developed computational codes help determine the optimal experimental parameters for imaging single biomolecules.
Uncovering Dirty Secrets about Soil Carbon
Two nanoscale-imaging technologies enable researchers to better understand processes that influence soil decomposition.
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