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Find funding opportunities, read about laboratory directed research and development (LDRD) and explore other useful resources.

Classroom training and hands-on experience in X-ray science at SSRL

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

The evening lectures highlight the cutting-edge science happening at the laboratory. From the nanotechnology of diamonds to the latest Higgs Boson discoveries, SLAC public lectures provide non-scientists with a unique insight into the workings of our universe.

video still frame of lecture about the search for dark matter

Discover the major scientific facilities at SLAC, including three DOE Office of Science user facilities.

Meriame Berboucha in the Matter in Extreme Conditions (MEC) hutch.

SLAC’s scientific users are critical to the laboratory’s success, driving scientific discoveries and contributing to the lab’s technological advancements.

Science and User Support Building (SUSB)

The lab is organized into six scientific directorates, each of which plays an important role in advancing our lab, backed by our core operations teams all supporting our shared mission.

Crews hold an early morning tailgate meeting before unloading the last cryomodule for the LCLS-II superconducting upgrade.

Learn how SLAC’s partnerships promote scientific discoveries and their practical applications.

SLAC’s Arianna Gleason speaks with advisors to Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouilette

Collaborate with TID to advance your research and development needs.

A compressor using terahertz radiation.

Find information on SLAC leaders, our mission and lab organization.

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.