Partnerships Help Power Additive Manufacturing Research
Commentary by Charles Verdon
Next-Generation Manufacturing for the Stockpile
From tools to stockpile components, additive manufacturing technologies could aid in many areas of nuclear weapon refurbishment.
Building the Future: Modeling and Uncertainty Quantification for Accelerated Certification
Livermore researchers combine modeling, experiments, uncertainty quantification, and real-time process monitoring to accelerate qualification of additively manufactured parts.
Sleuthing an Optical Mystery
Scientists reveal “invisible” precipitates on an optic’s surface that induce damage at high energies and develop a method for eliminating the microscopic culprits.
Investing in Early Career Researchers
The Laboratory Directed Research and Development Program funds high-risk, high-payoff research in support of Laboratory missions, driving innovation, scientific discovery, and career development.
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