An award-winning mentor and networking guru, Al Ashley has placed thousands of underrepresented minority students in science and engineering summer research programs.
Two dozen teams competed for a chance to go to the Nationals, and 60 trained volunteers worked to make the regional contest happen.
The staff scientist at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource discusses his research and teaching, which includes training an international group of students to conduct geobiology experiments at the synchrotron from an island about 350 miles away.
He is recognized for his numerous contributions to the advancement of accelerator physics, community service and education.
After losing its first match of the day to the defending champions, The Harker School’s team won 10 consecutive rounds to claim victory in the annual SLAC Regional DOE Science Bowl.
More than 40 interns spent 10 weeks this summer helping SLAC researchers advance the use of the Linac Coherent Light Source.
Participants of SLAC’s summer school learned about the next generation of collider physics through lectures, topical conference talks, student projects, poster sessions and tours.
Science-interested teens spent a week at the lab learning more about STEM at the inaugural Greene Scholars Program Summer Science Institute at SLAC.
At SLAC's Regional DOE Science Bowl on Saturday, Lynbrook High School pulled off a repeat performance of their 2015 win.
The 2015 event attracted 100 Bay Area high school students with San Jose’s Lynbrook High School emerging as the winner.