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Science stories about health, the universe, energy, global security, supercomputing, and technology from Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) that exemplify the premier national security laboratory's programs and initiatives.

Latest Episodes

Rare squid enzyme may counter deadly nerve agents

An obscure enzyme found in squid could save people from the agonizing and frequently fatal effects of nerve agents.

3 MIN2010 SEP 16
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Rare squid enzyme may counter deadly nerve agents

Visual-recognition systems will allow machines to 'see'

Supercomputers at LANL that simulate a human's visualization process may soon boost technology to automate driving and making life generally easier and safer.

2 MIN2010 SEP 16
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Visual-recognition systems will allow machines to 'see'

Ropin' the wind

Storing energy is nearly as important as capturing it, and LANL is making progress.

2 MIN2010 SEP 16
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Ropin' the wind

Particular particles

The effect of aerosols on climate change might be comparable to greenhouse gases. But discoveries by LANL scientists may turn some aerosols to our advantage.

4 MIN2010 SEP 16
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Particular particles

The incredible bulk

Biomass fuels (fuels made from plants) could provide an energy source that replaces fossil fuels with a cheap and environmentally benign alternative.

2 MIN2010 SEP 16
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The incredible bulk
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Latest Episodes

Rare squid enzyme may counter deadly nerve agents

An obscure enzyme found in squid could save people from the agonizing and frequently fatal effects of nerve agents.

3 MIN2010 SEP 16
Comments
Rare squid enzyme may counter deadly nerve agents

Visual-recognition systems will allow machines to 'see'

Supercomputers at LANL that simulate a human's visualization process may soon boost technology to automate driving and making life generally easier and safer.

2 MIN2010 SEP 16
Comments
Visual-recognition systems will allow machines to 'see'

Ropin' the wind

Storing energy is nearly as important as capturing it, and LANL is making progress.

2 MIN2010 SEP 16
Comments
Ropin' the wind

Particular particles

The effect of aerosols on climate change might be comparable to greenhouse gases. But discoveries by LANL scientists may turn some aerosols to our advantage.

4 MIN2010 SEP 16
Comments
Particular particles

The incredible bulk

Biomass fuels (fuels made from plants) could provide an energy source that replaces fossil fuels with a cheap and environmentally benign alternative.

2 MIN2010 SEP 16
Comments
The incredible bulk
the END