Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory


The Laboratory in the News

A Proud History of Seismic Research
Commentary by Jay Zucca

Seismic Research Making Waves
New seismic monitoring technologies enhance the detection of underground nuclear explosions, in support of international efforts in nuclear nonproliferation.

Supporting an Exercise of Global Importance
Livermore scientists and technologies take part in an integrated field exercise in support of the Preparatory Commission of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization.

Just Passing Through: Bridging the Communications Gap between Cells and Circuits
Researchers develop synthetic analogs of biological membrane channels, enabling living cells to “talk” to electronic devices and opening new possibilities in synthetic cells, targeted drug delivery, and biosensing.

Light yet Strong
Livermore-developed lightweight micro- and nanoscale materials demonstrate superior strength and stiffness for laser experiments and aerospace applications.



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