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  • "Her leadership strengths and personal insights will help to ensure that the Laboratory continues to achieve operational excellence and enable the delivery of innovative science and technology to meet emergent national security challenges.”

    Lab director names Reva Nickelson to lead Operations and Business Directorate at LLNL

    Reva Nickelson has been named the principal associate director for Operations and Business at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Director Bill Goldstein announced. Nickelson will assume her new role on April 16. Nickelson, who serves as Facilities Division director at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, was chosen for this key senior leadership position at Livermore, following a broad national search.

  • "It was a great opportunity to showcase the interesting applications of data science that is relevant to LLNL's missions,. Having a place to share stories about our work and experiences can help us succeed."

    Lawrence Livermore scientists link up with Global Women in Data Science conference

    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's (LLNL) High Performance Computing Innovation Center hosted a regional event on Mach. 5 tied in with Stanford University's annual Women in Data Science (WiDS) conference. Nearly 70 attendees, mostly women Livermore and Sandia national laboratory employees, heard featured talks by female LLNL scientists on machine learning and data analytics, and viewed a live broadcast of the daylong world conference from Stanford.

  • ROTC Day returns to Lawrence Livermore

    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) welcomed more than 75 cadets and midshipmen from the U.S. Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy and Merchant Marines last week for the annual Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Day.

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    20 Companies Hiring Like Crazy in February

    Traditionally, January is known as the month of new beginnings, while February brings to mind groundhogs and Valentine's Day. But just because we're now in month two of the New Year doesn't mean you can't make a change for the better!

  • Livermore scientists helped uncover the mechanisms that cause concussions, upending the existing paradigm around brain injuries in the process.

  • Lab Director Bill Goldstein can now add an APS fellowship to his list of achievements next to his 97% approval rating on Glassdoor!

    Lab employees selected as 2017 APS fellows

    Three Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ( LLNL) scientists -- Nathan Barton, Lab Director William Goldstein and Robert Kirkwood -- have been selected as 2017 fellows of the American Physical Society (APS). Election to APS fellowship recognizes the society member's exceptional contributions to the field of physics through research, leadership, applications of physics or contributions to physics education.

  • Student Kalvin Ogbuefi's essay on impact of his Lawrence Livermore summer internship won a scholarship award from Cal-State University Long Beach.

    “As I worked on the project, it later became evident to me the significance of our research and the impact it can have in saving millions of lives of sepsis patients. It was extraordinarily amazing to see what I was able to accomplish within the 12 weeks I was at the Lab.”

    Student's essay on impact of LLNL summer internship wins scholarship award

    Cal-State University Long Beach student Kalvin Ogbuefi, who interned last summer for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's ( LLNL) Data Science Student Institute ( DSSI), recently won a $1,000 grand prize scholarship from the university for an essay about how his internship impacted his life.

  • “Laboratory employees have shown time and again their commitment to helping others. Raising $3.8 million in charitable donations for the second year in a row is a testament to that. My sincere thanks to all those who contributed. Your kindness is appreciated and will undoubtedly provide comfort to those who need it most.”

    - Laboratory Director Bill Goldstein

    Lawrence Livermore campaign raises $3.8 million for charitable organizations

    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory employees, along with Lawrence Livermore National Security (LLNS), LLC, raised $3.8 million to distribute amongst charitable organizations for the second year in a row. Employees pledged $2.8 million through payroll deduction via the Laboratory's annual employee giving program, the Helping Others More Effectively (HOME) Campaign, now in its 43 rd year.


    Local Students Learn and Lead with Robots

    When given the opportunity to attend a competitive robotics championship event last year, sponsored by FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), Greg Simonson had no idea that that one experience would lead him to become an ardent supporter, collaborator and volunteer, helping students to get excited about STEM-related education and careers by connecting them with mentors.

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