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View Resource This Model Can Take the Heat

This site provides a description of how research teams from the Lawrence Livermore and the Los Alamos National Laboratories are joining forces to develop a physics-based model of wildfire development. The model is based on weather patterns, terrain, and local vegetation, three factors that interact through complex physical processes that are stimulated for the first time in this work.

View Resource Nanocrystal Quantum Dots: From Fundamental Photophysics to Multicolor Lasing

This PDF document was created by Victor Klimov of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. It discussing the development of a new laser based on quantum dots. The site supplies a series of figures illustrating the nonradiative multiparticle auger recombinations in nanocrystal quantum dots, amplified spontaneous emissions, and more.

View Resource RADIANT Research

R24 and Development in Advanced Network Technology (RADIANT) is a computer research division of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The first Web site offers many publications from the five research focus groups within RADIANT: High-Performance Networking, Monitoring and Measurement, Cyber Security, Network Architecture, and Robust Systems and Networks. This material is mostly beneficial to...

View Resource arXiv.org e-Print archive

Although the title does not allude to the site's content, this Los Alamos National Laboratory Website is an example of one of the best uses of the Web. Here, the newest results from science experiments in Physics, Mathematics, Nonlinear Sciences, and Computer Science are reported, often before (or as) the results emerge in print. Over 100,000 articles on specific subjects are currently available,...

View Resource Los Alamos National Laboratory: Squeezing more juice out of solar panels

One of Los Alamos National Laboratory's goals is to help the nation find better sources of energy and improve energy producing technology. At this website, users can learn about the Laboratory's scientists, Richard Schaller and Victor Klimov, ability to generate greater electrical current in a solar cell configuration. The site discusses the history of the research method used by the scientists,...

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