WELCOME TO SPOTLIGHT
Welcome to the latest edition of Spotlight, a look at the people who make up Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
In this issue, we feature a sampling of employees who not only are scientists but also dabble in photography. But these aren’t just photos taken on vacations, these are hobbies that go beyond the norm: safaris, underwater marvels and nature at its finest.
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Through the lens
For more than 65 years, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s visionary employees have leveraged science and technology to solve some of the world’s most difficult challenges. But the ingenuity this workforce brings to the Lab’s mission doesn’t stop there – they carry their creativity through the gates and into their personal pursuits.
As writer and biochemist Isaac Asimov said, “There is an art to science, and a science in art; the two are not enemies, but different aspects of the whole.”
This is true for many Livermore employees, including Bruce Warner, Diana Thai and Michael Carter. While they are scientists and technicians by day, the inspiration and attention to detail they bring to their work has paid dividends in their shared hobby – wildlife photography.