Yijing Huang wins 2022 LCLS Young Investigator Award for work on controlling unique structures of semiconductors
For decades, materials scientists have focused on materials that are relatively balanced and unchanging – but not Yijing Huang, a postdoctoral scholar at the...
Illustration of how a single crystal sample of silicon deforms during shock compression on nanosecond timescales.
Silicon, an element abundant in Earth’s crust, is currently the most widely used semiconductor material and is important in fields like engineering, geophysics and...
Scientists use a series of magnets to transform an electron bunch into a narrow current spike which then produces a very intense attosecond X-ray...
SLAC’s Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) Near Experimental Hall building at sunrise with Stanford University Hoover Tower in the background.
The ultrafast, ultrabright X-ray pulses of the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) have enabled unprecedented views of a catalyst in action, an important step...
Dominique White takes a look at the last cryomodule for LCLS-II delivered from Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
Kayla Ninh at LCLS’s ChemRIX Hutch 2.2 in Near Experimental Hall.
Aerial view of SLAC’s campus with the LINAC in the foreground leading into the campus. The interstate 280 passes over the LINAC. Stanford...