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  • LLNL tackles second annual battle of the nerds

    In the battle for nerd supremacy, only one team could rise to the top - and that team was Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's ( LLNL) Lazer Cats. On Jan. 26, players from four teams - the Lazer Cats, Facebook's Cache Money, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory's SLAC Attack and Sandia National Laboratories' Ballistic Thunderbirds - converged at Livermore High School's field for Nerd Bowl II, the Bay Area's smartest flag football tournament.

  • Check out Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's 2018 Year in Review

  • LLNL climate scientist awarded World Climate Research Program 2018 Data Prize!

  • Sierra reaches higher altitudes, takes No. 2 spot on list of world's fastest supercomputers!

  • Sierra honored with Top Supercomputing Achievement from HPCwire.

    Lawrence Livermore receives USDA award for purchasing bio-based materials

    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ( LLNL) received an award from the United States Department of Agriculture ( USDA) Bio-preferred Program for purchasing bio-based materials that includes all the compostable products used in Laboratory cafeterias and bio-based cleaning products used by the custodial division.

  • Lawrence Livermore receives USDA award for purchasing bio-based materials!

  • In an effort to restore high-intensity research in the U.S., the Department of Energy deemed Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) as one of nine facilities operating high-intensity, ultrafast lasers.

  • Zombie’ stars return from the dead!

    'Zombie' stars return from the dead

    Black holes are among the most elusive objects in the universe, but research out of Lawrence Livermore National Labroatory (LLNL) suggests the remnant cores of burned-out stars could be the key to making the first observation of the most elusive class of black ho

  • LLNL researchers discover way to determine how many cancer cells it takes to initiate a tumor in another part of the body. This new discovery can open up new avenues of cancer research to help defeat cancer.

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