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Supercomputers analyze behavior  Scientists are taking a new approach to security over the Internet: using their supercomputers to analyze computer behavior for suspicious a... Lab To Layoff 500 More Workers
Lawrence Livermore lab facing forced shutdown  As the government shutdown drags on, 6,000 employees are suspending their research. Many consider that is bad for science and the local econ... Three Bay Area scientists win 'Genius Grants'  Stanford: Carl Haber works on imaging subatomic particle tracks at Lawrence lab. C. Kevin Boyce and David Lobell, both at Stanford US regains supercomputer crown


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Jun.18
  IBM's Sequoia has taken the top spot on the list of the world's fastest supercomputers for the US


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Apr.4


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Apr.15
  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in recent months it has already shed some 900 jobs. The cuts are driven by declining federal funding



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Oct.6


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Oct.27
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Feb.2
  Officials at the laboratory have added a high-powered gun that can fire 3,000 rounds a minute o their armory


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Jun.22 Supercomputer ranked as world's fastest  IBM's BlueGene/L System contains 62,000 microprocessors

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Sep.25 Highest ranking woman in lab history
  National Laboratory has appointed Cherry A. Murray, as deputy director for science and technology Sep.12   Lab to assess bio-terrorism threats  Laboratory officials have christened the Biodefense Knowledge Center, the one-stop bio-terrorism assessment center Aug.9 Protesters arrested outside lab Jun.14 Bomb detector to prevent terrorists  Local scientists are developing a detector that they hope will prevent smuggling atomic weapons into U.S. harbors Apr.28 Report Blasts Security Feb.14 Lab named new Associate Director

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Dec.4 New security chief named
Nov.2 Proposal to rename lab after Teller  A proposal to rename lab after hydrogen bomb pioneer is being supported by politicians and peace activists alike Sep.9 Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies
  Stanford: Teller played a key role in U.S. defense and energy policies for more than half a century. He was 95
Aug.19 New associate director of engineering Jun.13 Security shakeup  The Laboratory officials are shaking up the management following high-profile gaffes Jun.3 3 security managers suspended May.30 Feds will evaluate Lab security May.14 Set of security keys lost
  Keys could unlock gates and offices at a nuclear weapons lab. Officials have since changed all locks
Apr.17   Lab rolls out new radiation detectors
  The device, known as RadNet, will be able to sniff out nuclear materials with a cutting-edge sensor Feb.1 Embattled laboratory rehires fired guard  Lawrence National lab will comply with a federal arbitrator's order that it rehire Mathew Zipoli

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Jun.4 Anastasio promote to head laboratory
  Michael R. Anastasio, 53, is currently is deputy director for strategic operations at the lab

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Dec.8 Top scientist to resign  Controversial director C. Bruce Tarter led the weapons facility during the post Cold War transition Aug.15 Supercomputer for nuclear safety
  Government researchers unveils world's most powerful $110 million computer called key to nuclear safety



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Three Bay Area scientists win 'Genius Grants'  Stanford: Carl Haber works on imaging subatomic particle tracks at Lawrence lab. C. Kevin Boyce and David Lobell, both at Stanford US regains supercomputer crown




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2012
Jun.18
  IBM's Sequoia has taken the top spot on the list of the world's fastest supercomputers for the US
2011 Apr.4 Supercomputers analyze behavior  Scientists are taking a new approach to security over the Internet: using their supercomputers to analyze computer behavior for suspicious a... 2006 May.5 Portable Explosives Detector Unveiled  Elite Card, the tool for preventing a terrorist attack, fits in the palm of a hand Feb.2 Lab Deploys High-Powered Weapon
  Officials at the laboratory have added a high-powered gun that can fire 3,000 rounds a minute o their armory
2005 Jun.22 Supercomputer ranked as world's fastest  IBM's BlueGene/L System contains 62,000 microprocessors 2004 Jun.14 Bomb detector to prevent terrorists  Local scientists are developing a detector that they hope will prevent smuggling atomic weapons into U.S. harbors 2003 Apr.17   Lab rolls out new radiation detectors  The device, known as RadNet, will be able to sniff out nuclear materials with a cutting-edge sensor 2001 Aug.15 Supercomputer for nuclear safety  Government researchers unveils world's most powerful $110 million computer called key to nuclear safety



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2006 May.18 UC Proposing To Build Biochemical Lab?  'Site 300' is an area just 15 miles east of Livermore shrouded in secrecy 2004 Sep.12   Lab to assess bio-terrorism threats  Laboratory officials have christened the Biodefense Knowledge Center, the one-stop bio-terrorism assessment center



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2006 Oct.27 3 teams vie to manage nuclear research  The teams have submitted bids for the right to manage the Laboratory 2003 Aug.19 New associate director of engineering 2002 Jun.4 Anastasio promote to head laboratory  Michael R. Anastasio, 53, is currently is deputy director for strategic operations at the lab 2001 Dec.8 Top scientist to resign  Controversial director C. Bruce Tarter led the weapons facility during the post Cold War transition



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2003 Sep.9 Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies
  Stanford: Teller played a key role in U.S. defense and energy policies for more than half a century. He was 95




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2008 Apr.15 Lab To Layoff 500 More Workers
  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in recent months it has already shed some 900 jobs. The cuts are driven by declining federal funding