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Evaluating Nuclear Weapons: Sandia Labs Taking a Modern Approach

Sandia National Laboratories is transforming how it assesses nuclear weapons in a stockpile made up of weapons at different stages in their lifecycles — some systems that have existed for decades alongside those that have undergone life extension programs.

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Exploring the Evolution of Nuclear Deterrence Through Interviews, Historical Footage

Sandia National Laboratories explores the evolution of nuclear deterrence in a new documentary that combines modern and historical footage with a wide range of interviews. On Deterrence features interviews with former secretaries of defense, general officers, policymakers, analysts, scholars and scientists with varied viewpoints to describe the impact of nuclear deterrence since the end of World War II.

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Smaller Is Not Always Better for Radiation Resistance

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Scientists experimentally validated the predicted damage mechanism for materials in nuclear energy environments.

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Sandia Adds Augmented Reality to Training Toolbox

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Sandia National Laboratories computer scientists have recently adapted augmented reality to enhance training of nuclear power security personnel around the world.

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Chemistry for the Bottom of the Periodic Table

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Techniques to investigate chemical properties of super heavy elements lead to improved methods for separating certain metals. This work could also lead to better methods of re-using indium, a metal that is part of flat-panel displays but is not currently mined in the US.

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A Quark Like No Other, Biophysics Plays Key Role in Immune System Signaling and Response, ALMA Reveals Sun in New Light, and MORE in the Physics News Source Sponsored by AIP

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PPPL and Max Planck Physicists Confirm the Precision of Magnetic Fields in the Most Advanced Stellarator in the World

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Article describes the remarkable fidelity of the magnetic field of the Wendelstein 7-X stellarator to the complex design of the field.







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