LANL News Roundup: Lab Shares Compilation Of Stories

Science: How can we tackle the biggest challenges? Ask a plant:

Without plants, we’d have no air to breathe or food to eat, yet plant science lingers in the shadowy wings while other fields take center stage. With the goal of shining the spotlight on plants, a new study presents the field’s top 100 most pressing questions for research to address the greatest challenges facing humanity. Read the full article here. Courtesy/LANL

LANL News:

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) shares a compilation of news stories including “How can we tackle the biggest challenges?” “Seagate and LANL collaborate” and “Eat like a Nobel winner”.

Seagate and Los Alamos National Laboratory collaborate on computing near storage:

Seagate Technology Holdings plc (NASDAQ: STX) and Seagate Federal, Inc. (dba. Seagate Government Solutions) and LANL signed a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) to jointly explore developing efficient computing near storage, especially in settings where erasure encoding is needed for data protection. This overarching goal is to improve the sustainability of compute and storage architectures. Read the full article here. Courtesy/LANL

History: Eat like a Nobel winner: 1955 cookbook offers tastes of LANL’s culinary past:

The ‘What’s Cooking’ cookbook was published in Los Alamos in 1955 and recently discovered in a used bookstore in Santa Fe by Lab physicist Roseanne Cheng. Read the full article here. Courtesy/LANL

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