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Advanced manufacturing is the use of innovative technologies to produce products and can include new energy sources for manufacturing, 3D printing and recycling.

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Staff engineer Bruis van Vlijmen demonstrates how he works in the Battery Informatics Lab at SLAC

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Two of the most urgent challenges of our time – clean energy and sustainability – require investigation at the atomic level.

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With help from two small businesses, SLAC’s vintage ACE3P software is spreading its wings to make supercomputing easier and faster.

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SLAC and its collaborators are transforming the way new materials are discovered. In a new report, they combine artificial intelligence and accelerated experiments to...

SLAC postdoctoral scholar Fang Ren at an SSRL beamline
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The goal of these X-ray studies is to find ways to improve manufacturing of specialized metal parts for the aerospace, aircraft, automotive and healthcare...

A metal 3-D printed sample.