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Science on Tap with Hisato Yamaguchi

Join us Monday, January 13, beginning at 5:30 at projectY Cowork, located at 150 Central Park Square.
January 2, 2020
Hisato Yamaguchi

Hisato Yamaguchi examines a material for night vision goggles that is coated with atomic armor that is just one atom thick. A piece of paper is 500,000 atoms thick.


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Hisato Yamaguchi studies initial corrosion processes using surface science techniques and synthesizes atomically thin, two-dimensional protection crystals for the Finishing Manufacturing Science group at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Please join us at projectY Cowork on Monday, January 13, from 5:30–7:00 p.m. for a conversation about how this research at Los Alamos contributes to the Lab's national security mission.

More information on Hisato Yamaguchi's research can be found on his profile page and also on the Applied Cathode Enhancement and Robustness Technologies website.



Science On Tap is a convivial opportunity to engage with Lab scientists on their current projects. A brief presentation is followed by lively questions, answers, and discussion. The fun takes place on the third Monday of each month from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at local watering holes in Los Alamos and White Rock. Bradbury Science Museum Association members receive $1 off any drink or food items purchased during Science On Tap.

The sessions are a joint project between the Bradbury Science Museum and the Los Alamos Creative District.