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The honor recognizes his research on technologies for removing toxic chemicals from water.
Arsenic water research at SSRL
This leap in capability will allow scientists to investigate quantum and chemical systems more directly than ever before.
Researchers demonstrate a new ability to drive and track electronic motion, which is crucial to understanding the role of electrons in chemical processes and how quantum coherence evolves on the shortest timescales.
For decades Z-X Shen has ridden a wave of curiosity about the strange behavior of electrons that can levitate magnets.
Portrait of Stanford and SLAC Professor Z-X Shen
The camera will explore cosmic mysteries as part of the Rubin Observatory’s Legacy Survey of Space and Time.
LSSTCam Focal Plane Header
The results show how a particle’s surface and interior influence each other, an important thing to k...
Closeup of an illustration showing how battery cathode material degrades
Theory suggests that quantum critical points may be analogous to black holes as places where all sor...
Illustration of changes in charge stripes as a superconductor approaches a quantum critical point
Q-NEXT will tackle next-generation quantum science challenges through a public-private partnership,...
Their work uses machine learning to transform the way scientists tune particle accelerators for expe...
Portraits of Auralee Edelen and Kimmy Wu
Chung is being recognized for pathbreaking contributions to the study of proteins involved in Parkin...