Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory


The Laboratory in the News

Science and Technology in Support of Nuclear Nonproliferation
Commentary by Brad Wallin

youtube logoSeeking Out Hidden Radioactive Materials
Advanced technology and more realistic training go together to improve searches for and responses to radioactive materials.

Optics Become Less Rough, More Tough
Livermore researchers optimize polishing processes to enhance optics' surface smoothness and reduce polishing time and cost.

Taming the Wild Frontiers of Plasma Science
An ambitious initiative expands scientists' capability to predict and measure the behavior of dense plasmas found in stars, planets, and fusion experiments.

A Detector to Study the Neutrino's Nature
International collaborators work with Livermore researchers to study the properties of neutrinos and determine if they are their own antiparticles.



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