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News Feature

Lynbrook High School and Joaquin Miller Middle School will continue on to nationals from the regional event hosted at SLAC.   

High school students hold up a blue National Science Bowl banner.
News Feature

An astronomy festival will mark the milestone.

Visitors at KIPAC are observing the sun through telescopes and sun-spotters.
News Feature

This year’s regional champions, Saratoga High School and Joaquin Miller Middle School, are accompanied by the first-ever Good Sport and Volunteer Award winners.

JoAnne Hewett presents medals to Saratoga High School students.

JoAnne Hewett awards medals to the winners of the SLAC Regional High School Science Bowl, Saratoga High School Team 1. The event was held...

JoAnne Hewett presents medals to Saratoga High School students.
News Feature

Two GEM Fellows reflect on their summer internships at SLAC and share their thoughts on representation and mentorship.

Nate Keyes and Zariq George
Public tours

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.

Public tour group at LCLS Far Experimental Hall
STEM rising

At SLAC, we strive to solve real-world problems through science and innovation. Be a part of a growing community in STEM. Find out about our educational and internship programs and participate in our lectures and events.

SAGE Camp 2022-In Person
News Feature

The lab hosted two regional competitions this year. Winners of the Science Bowl regionals go on to nationals.

Screenshot of winning high school team Lynbrook
News Feature

Online educational programs offer new possibilities.

virtual internships
News Feature

Twenty-eight teams went head-to-head, testing their science knowledge and buzzer skills, for the chance to go to the nationals in April.

Students compete in 2020 SLAC Regional Science Bowl
News Feature

Visitors of all ages shared a science-packed evening of activities.

Community Day Vacuum
News Feature

From middle schoolers to graduate students, more than 300 were introduced this year to real-world science, technology, engineering and math.

Participant in a SLAC SAGE-S summer camp