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  • "Science and technology give us the tools to create the impossible. It has given me the power to make my ideas and the ideas of others real software that improves the world we live in." - Marisol Gamboa, computer scientist and TECHNOLOchicas ambassador.

    TECHNOLOchicas inspire Latina youth

    "If you work hard, you can accomplish anything you set your mind to." These are the inspirational words that Marisol Gamboa, a computer scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, plans to share with young Latinas who may be pondering a career in a STEM field.

  • As an ardent promoter of STEM education, Albala advises students interested in pursuing STEM is to "just go for it," she said. "Take workshops, look for opportunities to work in labs, don't be afraid to ask questions and seek out science."

    Albala named STEM advocate of the year

    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Joanna Albala was recently named the STEM Advocate of the Year by the Executive Council of the North Central Valley STEM Center (NCVSC), for going above and beyond in creating opportunities for students. The Executive Council of the NCVSC, which meets out of the San Joaquin County Office of Education in Stockton, honored Albala at its annual recognition dinner.

  • Read how an LLNL summer scholar has travelled from Africa to the West Indies to help solve one of the planet’s greatest problems—sustainability of clean water. ➡

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    Summer scholar Mariana Lanzarini-Lopes is helping to create sustainable clean water sources around the world.

  • APS awards LLNL's Andrew MacKinnon for his outstanding work in physics including the development of a powerful technique for characterizing high energy density plasmas.

    Plasma physicist earns excellence award

    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) physicist Andrew MacKinnon has been awarded the John Dawson Award for Excellence in Plasma Physics Research by the American Physical Society's Division of Plasma Physics. The annual award recognizes a specific outstanding achievement in plasma physics research.

  • EPA recognizes LLNL for outstanding achievements in sustainable purchasing.

    EPA honors LLNL's purchasing program

    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ( LLNL) is one of five Bay Area federal facilities recognized for improving efficiency, saving resources and reducing costs as part of the Federal Green Challenge (FGC). LLNL has participated in the FGC since its inception in 2011, achieving reductions in municipal waste, sustainable purchasing, sustainable electronics and transportation categories.

  • "As a husband and father, I appreciate the flexibility to deal with everyday family responsibilities, and I can work an honest day and then devote time to my family.”

    Joshua Senecal Finds Balance at NIF

    Lawrence Livermore's National Ignition Facility (NIF), the world's most energetic laser system, is made up of much more than beamlines. With over 400 shots completed annually, NIF's day-to-day operations require sophisticated computing systems to ensure experimental integrity. The NIF Computing (NIFC) team plays an integral role in this smoothly running facility, and computer scientist Joshua Senecal supports multiple operational areas.

  • LLNL physicist Tammy Ma honored for her "commitment to public service and....transformational role in integrating scientific knowledge into society for the public good."

    Lab scientist takes stage at World Economic Forum's annual 'meeting of the champions'

    The global spotlight was on Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ( LLNL) physicist Tammy Ma when she took the stage at the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Annual Meeting of the New Champions, recently held in Dalian, China.

  • Well done, Destiny!

    Lab engineer named veteran of the year

    Assemblywoman Catherine Baker has recognized Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) engineer Destiny Goddu as the 16 th Assembly District's Veteran of the Year, adding to Goddu's already impressive collection of awards. Baker (R-Dublin) issued the resolution honoring Goddu during a ceremony at Las Positas College, where Goddu, a U.S.

  • "I'm hoping to change the world by showing Native American students it's possible....Pursue the things you're passionate about." -Suzanne Singer, Energy Systems and Thermal Analyst in the Computational Engineering Division #EnergyWeek

    Women In STEM: Inspiring Others to Become Scientists and Engineers

    Learn more: Meet Suzanne Singer, an energy and thermal fluids analyst at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), and the latest profile in the Energy Department's #WomenInSTEM video series. Suzanne works in solar forecasting, where she tries to predict how much solar energy a solar farm will produce.

  • LLNL's Félicie Albert receives the American Physical Society's Katherine E. Weimer Award for her outstanding plasma science research.

    Félicie Albert receives APS award

    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory physicist Felicie Albert received the 2017 Katherine E. Weimer Award by the American Physical Society, Division of Plasma Physics (DPP). The award will be presented during the DPP annual meeting the week of Oct. 23-27 in Wisconsin.

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