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Enabling remarkable discoveries and tools that transform our understanding of energy and matter and advance national, economic, and energy security.
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News

DOE Exascale Computing Project: Speeding up the development of new materials (Albuquerque Journal, 11/29/2020)

DOE EPSCoR: Have you heard about the only project DOE EPSCoR funded in New Mexico this year? (New Mexico EPSCoR, 11/24/2020)

Biological and Environmental Research: HiLAT-RASM: Analyzing the models that simulate polar processes - Progress in 2020 (DOE Office of Science, 11/2020)

High Energy Physics: Los Alamos scientists find a way to quickly test rust on graphene-protected cars, planes, ships (Los Alamos National Laboratory, 10/29/2020)

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

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Science programs: performing scientific research in service of the nation

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MOSAiC Expedition Trailer (eng)

Through the DOE Office of Science, Los Alamos conducts long-term, national security-inspired, fundamental science.

These often high-risk/high-reward efforts enable remarkable discoveries and tools that transform our understanding of energy and matter and advance the national, economic, and energy security of the United States.