Resources for...

Learn about SLAC people, science, facilities and partners. Discover our history, mission and vision for the future.

SLAC main quad, with the Science and User Support Building and the Arrillaga Science Center

The Accelerator Directorate fosters world leading accelerator science and technologies for future accelerators, while enabling user research and accelerator R&D programs today.

Two scientists in a control room full of computer monitors that allow them to adjust diamond mirrors in their CBXFEL experiment

The Alonzo W. Ashley Fellowship Program provides the Fellows practical experience in mission critical fields with the expressed objective of bridging education and professional work experience for historically underrepresented groups in STEM.

Al Ashley with internship program fellows

Find out how to register to become a SLAC supplier.

Cryomodule lifted from truck

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is a national laboratory and Federally Funded Research and Development Center managed and operated under by Stanford University.

Aerial view of SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

For brand guides, logos, visual resources and templates, visit our Brand & Identity website.

LCLS undulator hall

Download a variety of fact sheets to learn more about SLAC, our programs and latest scientific discoveries. 

Empty undulator hall

Business Services Division (BSD) supports SLAC's scientific mission and laboratory operations by providing financial and procurement services. 

Science and User Support Building to the left and Arrillaga Science Center building to the right from above the Main Quad at SLAC's campus.

Here at SLAC, scientists, engineers, technicians and support professionals work together to conduct world-class research.

Stanford graduate students Robert Kasse, Natalie Geise and Tim Abate install an X-ray cell for battery research