Los Alamos Science

Los Alamos Science was a scientific journal published by the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA.Image:los-alamos-science-sample-cover

The journal was founded in 1980 and focused on research conducted at the laboratory and its affiliated institutions. Its scope included a wide range of scientific topics, including physics, chemistry, biology, and computer science.

Los Alamos Science was peer-reviewed and published quarterly. Many of the articles published in the journal were authored by researchers and scientists associated with the laboratory.

Over the years, Los Alamos Science published groundbreaking research in a number of areas, including nuclear physics, materials science, and astrophysics. The journal was known for its technical rigor and its commitment to advancing scientific knowledge.

In 2005, the Los Alamos National Laboratory discontinued publication of Los Alamos Science, but many of its articles remain influential in their respective fields. The journal's legacy continues to be felt in the scientific community today, and its commitment to rigorous research and scientific inquiry remain an important part of the laboratory's culture.{{Categories}}

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