Posts tagged with "Weapons"

LLNL microbial biologist inducted into Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame

Mar. 17, 2011 -  
One of the developers of a Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory device that could assist in detecting bioterrorism attacks, diagnosing diseases and checking product safety will be honored Saturday. For her achievements, LLNL molecular biologist Crystal Jaing will be inducted into the Alameda...

Fingerprinting materials to help secure the nation

Nov. 8, 2010 -  
Laboratory researchers may have found a way to improve Raman spectroscopy as a tool for identifying substances in extremely low concentrations. Potential applications for Raman spectroscopy include medical diagnosis, drug/chemical development, forensics and highly portable detection systems for...

NTI works to reduce danger of nuclear, bio and chemical weapons

Oct. 22, 2010 -  
The Washington, D.C.-based Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) combines the voices of its experts with projects to reduce the dangers from nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons and material. That's the view of Lab employee Page Stoutland, who for the past seven months has been serving on a high-...

Innovation only path to growth and prosperity

Oct. 8, 2010 -  
Innovation leads to a world of abundance, not scarcity. That view was presented to Laboratory employees by Curtis Carlson, the president and CEO of Menlo Park-based SRI International, during his Director's Distinguished Lecturer Series talk last week. "There are no limits to ideas and creativity,"...