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A better understanding of this process could inform the next generation of artificial photosynthetic systems that produce clean and renewable energy.
water droplets on plant
New observations of the atomic structure of iron reveal it undergoes "twinning" under extreme stress and pressure.
illustration of a hammer hitting the Earth's iron core
In two new papers, researchers used X-ray crystallography and cryogenic electron microscopy to reveal new details of the structure and function of molecular assembly lines that produce common antibiotics.
A model of the Lsd14 molecule
Managing the unprecedented amount of data that will soon stream from Rubin Observatory means more than buying tons of hard drives. SLAC scientist Richard Dubois explains what will go into Rubin’s U.S. data facility.
A bearded man with glasses poses at a railing inside a building.
Four complementary analyses by Fermilab’s MicroBooNE show no signs of a theorized fourth kind of neu...
A green and red track slants across a blue background
A new analysis of the South Pole-based telescope’s cosmic microwave background observations has all...
A telescope pokes out from a metal dish.
Topological insulators conduct electricity on their surfaces but not through their interiors. SLAC s...
A counterclockwise pattern of swirling arrows This pattern of arrows representing the combined spin and momentum of electrons in the surface layer of a topological insulator
Benjamin Lev, Srinivas Raghu and Monika Schleier-Smith were all recognized for their work on quantum...
Portraits of three Stanford and SLAC physicists who were named APS Fellows
The results could lead to a better understanding of reactions with vital roles in chemistry and biol...
UED conformers