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By placing the tiniest strands of proteins on one-atom-thick graphene, scientists capture promising X-ray laser images of these elusive biomolecules that play a key role in neurodegenerative diseases.
Illustration of amyloid fibrils on graphene
Like turning a snowball back into fluffy snow, a new technique turns high-density materials into a...
SLAC scientists working at SSRL experimental station

Approaching retirement, Jean Deken describes what it’s like to preserve decades of collective...

The new facility provides revolutionary tools for exploring tiny biological machines, from viral...
SLAC-Stanford Cryo-EM Facility



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