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Posted: Thursday, January 25, 2018 12:00 am

Despite its primary role as a center for the development of nuclear weapons, the Livermore Lab also makes substantial contributions to civilian science.

Take for example the Lab's work on climate science, which in 2007 resulted in the awarding of a Nobel Prize to 40 lab employees as part of a team contributing to our understanding of anthropomorphic climate change.

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