NIF COMET ‘Twisted’ Laser Light Experiments Offer New Insights into Plasma Physics
Scientists investigate how extremely strong electromagnetic vortices interact with matter, specifically plasma, in a laboratory setting.
Former Molecular Foundry Director Wins 2022 Chemistry Nobel Prize
Carolyn Bertozzi was the Molecular Foundry’s Director from 2006 to 2010 and is the eighth woman to be awarded the prize.
LLE’s Alison Christopherson Awarded 2022 American Physical Society Prize for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis
“Power!! Unlimited Power!” Mechanical engineering and Laboratory for Laser Energetics alumna Alison Christopherson ’20 (Ph.D.) quoted the Emperor Palatine…
Los Alamos 2022 DisrupTECH Tech-Transfer Event
Cutting-edge technologies with tech-transfer potential – including better forensic sampling methods & lower-cost methane-leak detection – were among eight presentations made by Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists as part of the 2022 DisrupTECH event.
NM Rep. Ben Ray Lujan Highlights CHIPS & Science Act at Los Alamos
The directors of Los Alamos and Sandia National Labs joined Sen. Ben Ray Luján to talk about the CHIPS and Science Act,
President Signs Historic CHIPS and Science Act
We are grateful for the tremendous effort by our elected Senators, Representatives and their staff to negotiate the hundreds of details for more than a year that culminated in this historic Act.
CHESS is accepting proposals for beamtime
CHESS provides beamtime to users for typically 125 days per year distributed over three cycles.