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Wan-Lin Hu’s job is to improve the way people and artificial intelligence collaborate to run SLAC’s complex machines.

Wan-Lin Hu is seen talking with talks with accelerator systems operator Kabir Lubana in the lab’s main Accelerator Control Room.
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Four engineers discuss their journeys to working at SLAC and counsel those following in their footsteps.

Ashley fellows 2023
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The award recognizes Driver’s contribution toward attosecond X-ray capabilities.

A portrait of Taran Driver.
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Bay Area Research SLAM

The Bay Area Research SLAM is a collaboration between the Bay Area's National Labs:  Berkeley, Livermore, Sandia, and SLAC. The SLAM is a competition...
Bay Area Research SLAM flyer
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A materials scientist who specializes in superconductors, Sarrao brings a deep background in national lab leadership and the evolution of SLAC science. 

Headshot of John Sarrao
News Feature

In our rapidly changing world, plants must adapt to new environments or die. Ritimukta Sarangi discusses how researchers and users at SSRL are tackling...

A graphic illustrating a plant and the many kinds of interactions it has with its environment.
News Feature

Three SAGE alumni talk about their experiences with a program meant to broaden gender diversity in STEM.

SAGE Journey program collage of photos
Press Release

Physicist and scientific leader Sarrao will become SLAC’s sixth director and succeeds X-ray scientist Chi-Chang Kao, who stepped down after 10 years in the...

Headshot of John Sarrao
News Feature

An astronomy festival will mark the milestone.

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

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

Together with two long-time collaborators, he is recognized for work that helps us understand the strong nuclear force.

A man standing in front of a chalkboard.
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The SIMES investigator was cited for his singular contributions to quantum materials science.

Headshot of David Goldhaber-Gordon