Computer simulations exploring the effects of shock waves on crystalline HMX, performed by Ryan Austin, a staff scientist in Engineering's Computational Engineering Division, and a team of LLNL researchers, are featured on ...
The likelihood of record-breaking warm years in England is set to substantially increase as a result of the human influence on the climate, new research suggests.
Thanks to expertise garnered building space telescopes powerful enough to see exoplanets, large wind turbines are now generating clean power without making a racket.
Experiments show that the careful choice of witnesses makes it easier to detect entangled quantum states
Accurately probing the delicate relationship between linked, or 'entangled', photons—irrespective of the distance between them—is an important element of quantum cryptography, and perhaps even teleportation. Now, A*STAR ...
Computer simulations have predicted a new phase of matter: atomically thin two-dimensional liquid.
Virtual reality games often cause simulator sickness – inducing vertigo and sometimes nausea - but new research findings point to a potential strategy to ease the affliction.
Today, invasive animals and plants spread all around the globe. Predicting the dynamics of these invasions is of great ecological and socioeconomical interest. Yet studying them is fundamentally challenging because of the ...
For engine designers in the digital age, time is money. And that time is measured in computer cycles.
Will climate change make the U.S. Midwest drier or wetter during the summer growing season? A new Dartmouth-led study finds that the answer remains uncertain.