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Group of graduate students on tour at SLAC.

Group of graduate students on tour at SLAC.

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SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory offers free educational tours (transportation not included). Tours last approximately 90 minutes, and tour locations may vary according to site availability and group interests.

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