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Science, Technology & Engineering Highlights

STE Highlights features current, cutting-edge scientific research at Los Alamos National Laboratory and recent awards and recognitions of Los Alamos scientists.

Mars methane sources

A view of Mars taken by NASA’s Curiosity rover shows highly fractured bedrock in the area directly beneath the rover. Networks of such fractures that extend below the surface can potentially vent methane from depths greater than 200 meters that are habitable to microbes. This image adorns the cover of Geophysical Research Letters, accompanying an article on the topic by Los Alamos researchers. Image credit: NASAA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS. Read more in the current STE Highlights

STE Highlights for August

The August Science, Technology & Engineering (STE) Highlights issue is now online.

About the STE Highlights

Science, Technology and Engineering Highlights feature current, cutting-edge scientific research at Los Alamos National Laboratory and recent awards and recognitions of Los Alamos scientists. The STE Highlights are published regularly and produced by the Laboratory's Deputy Director for Science, Technology and Engineering (DDSTE).