Past Lectures

SLAC Public Lecture Series

title, keywords, speakers
Date Lecture Titlesort descending Presenter
05/21/2019 Seeing is Exploding: Snapping Biological Images with X-ray Laser Blasts Sebastien Boutet
07/24/2018 10 Years of Cosmic Fireworks with the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope Eric Charles
03/26/2019 3D Printing for Perfect Metal Parts Christopher Tassone
03/26/2013 A Blueprint for New Fuel Cell Catalysts Daniel Friebel
08/29/2006 A Comet on Earth: Results from the Stardust Mission Sean Brennan
09/27/2016 A Material World: a Renaissance at the Atomic Scale Rob Moore
01/28/2020 A Sparkle in the Dark: The Outlandish Quest for Dark Matter Maria Elena Monzani
02/24/2004 All About SLAC: What Goes On In the World's Longest Building Neil Calder
10/28/2008 ANTIMATTER: What is it and where did it go? Dr. Aaron Roodman
01/25/2011 Archaeopteryx: Bringing the Dino-Bird to Life Uwe Bergmann
12/13/2005 Archimedes: Accelerator Reveals Ancient Text Uwe Bergmann
02/28/2006 Arsenic: The Silent Killer Andrea Foster
04/03/2018 Axions: Ghost Riders in the Sky Hendrik Vogel
12/16/2008 Big Machines and Big Science: 80 Years of Accelerators at Stanford Dr. Gregory Loew
05/21/2013 Black holes and galaxies: A love-hate relationship Silvia Bonoli
04/28/2009 Black Holes, the Brightest Objects in the Universe Prof. Jonathan McKinney
07/30/2019 Brown Dwarfs: Failed Stars or Overachieving Planets? Eric Nielsen
01/30/2018 Catalysis: the Hidden Path to Foods, Fuels and Our Future Simon Bare
08/02/2016 Catching Light: Making the most of solar energy Kristjan Kunnus
07/14/2015 Caught in the Act! Chemical Reactions Exposed Jerry LaRue