Supercomputers provide 3D modelling and simulation, exploring science directly in virtual space.
Using less, doing more towards active stewardship and a suatianble future from infrastructure to supercomputing.
From impenetrable encryption to the Raptor telescope's intelligent "eye", Los Alamos research contributes to top notch innovations.
World-changing science, facilities, expertise, careers
Supercomputers simulate nuclear weapons performance—scientists then experiment to refine and verify data—to assure effectiveness of our deterrent without nuclear testing.
From epidemics to terrorist attacks, cyber security sabotage to energy security, LANL has unique capabilities that focus on identifying, anticipating, and responding to emerging threats.
Protecting our energy infrastructure while developing clean, sustainable energy sources are key areas of research and technology to ensure a secure future.
Charlie McMillan, Director of Los Alamos National Laboratory, describes how the Lab provides leadership in science and technology.
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