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LLNL/Loyola win NIH grant to develop new anthrax vaccine. LLNL/Loyola win NIH grant to develop new anthrax vaccine. Lab researchers address quantum world in new paper. Lab receives $3 million for BioAMS instrument. Former LLNL postdocs are PECASE recipients. Near-instantaneous DNA analysis. KEY RESEARCH

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    Under the terms of the contract, DOE will be able to use PSC's parallel computers, parallel computing infrastructure, trained staff, visualization experience, user support, applications experience and parallel computing expertise to support the missions of the department's Office of Energy Resear... Read article

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    oracle.com Cover Feature: Managing the Virtual World

    The scientific understanding that results from NIF’s experiments could lead to an alternative to carbon-based energy sources that promises clean, sustainable, and essentially limitless energy based on nuclear fusion. The system is called LIFE—for Laser Inertial Fusion Energy. “Fusion is the energ... Read article

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    scs.georgetown.edu Strategic Partnership | Executive Master of Professional Studies in Emergency and Disaster Management | Georgetown University School of Continuing ...

    More about Lawrence Livermore LLNL is a government-sponsored laboratory focused on national security through the development and application of world-class science and technology, attracting many of the world’s top scientists, engineers and emergency management professionals. The laboratory’s thr... Read article

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    sciencecodex.com Putting the squeeze on planets outside our solar system | Science Codex

    In the new research, however, the researchers noticed a sudden change between liquid states of silicate magma that displayed different physical properties even though they both have the same composition when high pressure and temperatures were applied. The team used LLNL's Janus laser and OMEGA a... Read article

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    vi-hps.org VI-HPS :: Members :: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

    Computation Directorate Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is a National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) research and development laboratory dedicated to national security. Lawrence Livermore is home to some of the world's most powerful supercomputers and the resident high perfo... Read article

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    3ders.org 3ders.org - Researchers develop efficient approach to 3D print high-density metal parts | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

    Some of the key parameters include laser power, laser speed, distance between laser scan lines, scanning strategy and powder layer thickness. LLNL researchers have developed an efficient approach, based on simple simulations and experiments, to identify optimal parameters to print parts with such... Read article

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    spacedaily.com LLNL scientists find precipitation, global warming link

    Livermore CA (SPX) Nov 13, 2013 - The rain in Spain may lie mainly on the plain, but the location and intensity of that rain is changing not only in Spain but around the globe. A new study by Lawrence Livermore National Labora Read article

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    news.ucdavis.edu UC Davis News & Information :: NSF Establishes Center for Biophotonics at UC Davis

    That doesn't give a clear enough picture of what's going on inside the cell and how it is interacting with other cells around it," he said. "Through the power of biophotonics and some of the new technologies that we're developing, we will be able to see the cell while it's living, talking and int... Read article

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    innovations-report.com Livermore develops the world's deepest ERT imaging system for CO2 sequestration

    The research provides insight into the effects of geological sequestration to mitigate the impact of greenhouse gases. The team led by LLNL's Charles Carrigan obtained time lapse electrical resistivity images during the injection of more than 1 millio Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory resear... Read article

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    top500.org DOE/NNSA/LLNL | TOP500 Supercomputer Sites

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    fsc.lle.rochester.edu UR FSC: Technical Info.

    This Center integrates a currently dispersed effort throughout the country and provides coordination among the major research areas: Numerical simulation of intense laser matter interactions and transport ( UCLA , UNR , LLNL , UR , MIT ) Copyright 2008 Laboratory for Laser Energetics For additi... Read article

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    LLNL/RPI Supercomputer Smashes Simulation Speed Record 79 Read article

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    physast.uga.edu UGA Physics and Astronomy | Links of Interest

    NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory The Goddard DAAC NIST Physics Laboratory Argonne National Laboratory Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: LLNL Jefferson Lab Los Alamos National Laboratory Oak Ridge Nation... Read article

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    uctv.tv The National Ignition Facility: Making Star Power on Earth - UCTV - University of California Television

    The National Ignition Facility: Making Star Power on Earth - UCTV - University of California Television follow Imagine a sphere much smaller than a pea releasing enough energy to supply all of the electricity needs of the United States for a brief moment in time. How could this be possible? At th... Read article

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    physicsworld.com Xenon forms compound at extreme temperature and pressure - physicsworld.com

    "The hydrogen would not have been seen with the X-ray diffraction as it would react too lightly," explains Sanloup. "But in the future we could use Raman spectroscopy to see it or we could use neutron diffraction instead of X-rays, but for that we would need a much larger sample," she says. The t... Read article

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