The Daya Bay Reactor Neutrino Experiment, led by the U.S. and China initiated by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, is the most sensitive reactor experiment in the world. The results promise new insight into why enough ordinary matter survived after the big bang to form everything visible in the universe. USDE
Network and power connections at the rear of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's Olympus supercomputer take on blue and red hues in the glow of the electronic lights. Olympus, the new theoretical 162-Teraflop peak supercomputer at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, is helping scientists do more complex, advanced research in areas such as climate science and smart grid development. USDE
The computer automated surveillance system (CASS) connects instruments located in most of the underground tanks and vaults containing nuclear wastes to a centralized computer room where periodic readouts are monitored for any change in status. Data is collected and monitored automatically. Microprocessors located in the tang farms collect and transmit data to the central computer. The operator on duty monitors frequent regular reports. A second computer also routinely processes data from the wells around the tanks. Historical USDE.