Posts tagged with "Science"

year in review

LLNL’s 2016 Year-in-Review hits your browser

Jan. 10, 2017 -  
Lawrence Livermore's month-by-month highlights from 2016 are available online in the 2016 Year in Review edition of Newsline . As in the past, listings are in four categories: Science and Technology; People; Operations; and Awards and Recognition. The 2016 Year in Review will appear electronically...
research grants

UCOP awards grants and fellowships to collaborate with Lawrence Livermore

Dec. 6, 2016 -  
The University of California Office of the President awarded more than $14 million to four grants and four graduate fellowships to collaborate with staff scientists at Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos national laboratories. UC scientists received $7.9 million to work with Lawrence Livermore...
research slam

Postdocs shine at Laboratory ‘Research Slam!’

Oct. 26, 2016 -  
The Laboratory is home to a workforce of world-class scientific talent, a pool that includes a population of 229 postdoctoral researchers, who are a critical component in executing the Lab’s mission. To showcase their diverse projects and to provide an opportunity for them to hone their...
diablo magazine

Three researchers make ‘Forty Under Forty’ list

Aug. 30, 2016 -  
Diablo Magazine featured three Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers in their 2016 “Forty Under Forty” issue. The annual list recognizes young professionals in the East Bay who are leading the charge in their fields. Experimental physicist Tammy Ma was No. 3 on the list for her...

Lab's high performance computing will play major role in Cancer Moonshot initiative

Jun. 29, 2016 -  
Vice President Joe Biden and his wfie Jill Biden hosted the Cancer Moonshot Summit Wednesday to announce several efforts to expand cancer research in hopes of finding a cure. The Cancer Moonshot is a new national effort to double the rate of progress - to make a decade's worth of advances in cancer...

DOE awards grants to early-career researchers

May. 6, 2016 -  
The Department of Energy on Tuesday named two Lawrence Livermore National Lab scientists among the winners of the prestigious DOE Office of Science’s Early Career Research Program (ECRP) awards, granting them up to $500,000 per year for five years. Félicie Albert, an experimental plasma physicist...

LLNL biodetection system bound for space

Apr. 28, 2016 -  
A biological detection system developed by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists that has found more than a dozen applications soon will be used in tests reaching a new frontier — outer space. The Lawrence Livermore Microbial Detection Array ( LLMDA ) is a versatile tool that has...

Lights, camera, action: Researchers develop method to measure crystalline equation of state

Apr. 13, 2016 -  
Beginning in the 19th century, scientists developed equations of state (EoS) to describe how material properties such as volume or internal energy are affected by intensive pressure or temperature. Experiments are conducted to determine the volume a sample occupies at various pressure-temperature...

Climate models underestimate global warming by exaggerating cloud 'brightening'

Apr. 7, 2016 -  
Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Yale University have found that climate models are aggressively making clouds “brighter” as the planet warms. This may be causing models to underestimate how much global warming will occur due to increasing carbon dioxide. The research...

Tiny tubes move into the fast lane

Apr. 4, 2016 -  
For the first time, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers have shown that carbon nanotubes as small as eight-tenths of a nanometer in diameter can transport protons faster than bulk water, by an order of magnitude. The research validates a 200-year old mechanism of proton...