Los Alamos National Laboratory Revenue and Competitors

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  • Los Alamos National Laboratory's estimated annual revenue is currently $1.6B per year.(i)
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory's estimated revenue per employee is $154,223

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  • Los Alamos National Laboratory has 10488 Employees.(i)
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory grew their employee count by 11% last year.
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From its founding in 1943 to the new era we are about to enter, Los Alamos National Laboratory has been intertwined with northern New Mexico. The communities in our region have supplied us with an outstanding workforce and unwavering support, and in return, we hope to be equally good neighbors



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2022-04-17 - Speaking up for a respectful workplace

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2014-04-09 - Handheld quantum key generators are on the way

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2013-04-01 - World’s first petaflop supercomputer obsolete after 5 years, faces decommissioning

Five years ago it was the world’s fastest computer, running over a million billion calculations per second, but today Los Alamos Lab’s Roadrunner supercomputer is being decommissioned. Just like your old desktop machine. Roadrunner came online in 2008 to help nuclear scientists model and under ...