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Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Quarterly, Fall 2002
Fall 2003
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The Los Alamos Research Quarterly is published to communicate the Laboratory's achievements and how they benefit our neighbors, our nation, and the world.

The Research Quarterly highlights our ongoing work to enhance global security by ensuring the safety and reliability of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile, developing technical solutions to reduce the threat of weapons of mass destruction, and solving problems related to energy, environment, infrastructure, health, and national security.







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RAPTOR Science

RAPTOR, a system of four robotic observatories, is collecting data on transient optical events such as gamma-ray bursts, stellar flares, and extrasolar planets.

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Stalking the AIDS Virus

Lab biologists are pursuing new strategies in the quest to develop an effective vaccine against the AIDS pandemic.

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Nuclear Renaissance

Los Alamos researchers are working to secure a larger role for nuclear power in the energy future of the nation and the world.



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