At the Forefront of Materials Science
Commentary by Patricia Falcone
Understanding Materials at the Nanoscale
Livermore researchers are tackling immense scientific challenges to improve the fundamental understanding, design, and deployment of new materials.
Bioprinting Extends the Frontiers of Medical Treatment
Three-dimensional printing techniques have been leveraged to print living biological materials—fully vascularized tissues.
Taking Topological Insulators for a Quantum Spin
An odd class of materials that act as both conductors and insulators could be the key to faster, cheaper, more energy-efficient electronics.
Protecting Aquifers to Secure Clean Water for California
Livermore researchers are developing new isotopic methods to protect California’s groundwater.
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