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Basic Energy Sciences: The Quantum Butterfly Non-Effect (Scientific American, 9/21/2020)

Biological and Environmental Research: Up to 15 inches of sea-level rise from ice sheets by 2100 predicted by international modeling collaboration (Los Alamos National Laboratory, 9/17/2020)

DOE Office of Science: Los Alamos leads key thrusts in $115M Quantum Science collaboration (Los Alamos National Laboratory, 8/26/2020)

Basic Energy Sciences: Machine learning unearths signature of slow-slip quake origins in seismic data (Los Alamos National Laboratory, 8/18/2020)

Biological and Environmental Research: The Traits of Microbes Matter in Microbial Carbon Cycling and Storage (DOE Office of Science, 8/2020)

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