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June 22, 1992 | DONALD WOUTAT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Scientists here are seeking better crankshafts, gears and connecting rods to help out America's struggling industries. They have no official interest in the colorful legacy of romance and mystification that surrounds their work on "superplastic steel." "You'll have to talk to Oleg about that," said a researcher at the government's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Oleg D.
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June 22, 1992 | DONALD WOUTAT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Scientists here are seeking better crankshafts, gears and connecting rods to help out America's struggling industries. They have no official interest in the colorful legacy of romance and mystification that surrounds their work on "superplastic steel." "You'll have to talk to Oleg about that," said a researcher at the government's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Oleg D.
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February 7, 1993 | MICHELLE LOCKE, ASSOCIATED PRESS
For a scientist at a nuclear weapons research lab, Ken Turteltaub seems remarkably unmoved by the fact that his lab is teeming with mice. But these are no regular rodents. These are specially engineered creatures Turteltaub is using to hunt cancer-causing agents. One day, Turteltaub and his colleagues hope, the mice will track down something else: research revenues. After 40 years of honing the nation's military edge, scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are on a new mission.
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