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    Climate

    What’s driving re-burns across California and the West?

    As climate change sparks more new fires in old burn areas, understanding the underlying causes can help shape land management strategies

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    Community

    Making an impact

    New data reveals the Laboratory’s positive economic impact on New Mexico

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    Computing

    The protein-to-cellulose bond: Just how sticky is it?

    High-performance computing simulations reveal the molecular determinants for optimizing enzyme or protein stickiness for diverse biotechnological applications

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    Energy

    Magnetic impurities turn quantum dots into emitters of free electrons

    Manganese impurities added to quantum dots enable high-efficiency generation of free electrons for use in photochemistry and photocathodes

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    The Lab

    Order by Energy Secretary vacates decision to revoke Oppenheimer’s security clearance

    Many argued that the 1954 decision by the then-Atomic Energy Commission to revoke his clearance was an unfair political and personal attack

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    Materials

    Atomic Armor for accelerators enables discoveries

    Advancement in single-atom layer graphene coatings improves accelerator electron source lifespans

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    Space

    Keeping Mars scientists safe in the Arctic

    What a radiological control technician supervisor was doing 600 miles north of the Arctic Circle with a team of Mars scientists

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