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For decades, materials scientists have focused on materials that are relatively balanced and unchanging – but not Yijing Huang, a postdoctoral scholar at the...
Yijing Huang at Stanford University
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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
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At the Machine Shop, Pete Franco crafts beautiful, intricate and precise parts for the lab’s latest scientific tools.

Pete Franco at the SLAC Machine Shop
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Their work uses machine learning to transform the way scientists tune particle accelerators for experiments and solve longstanding mysteries in astrophysics and cosmology.

Portraits of Auralee Edelen and Kimmy Wu
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Online educational programs offer new possibilities.

virtual internships
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A pioneer in developing methods for cryogenic electron microscopy, he directs two joint facilities for cryo-EM research and development on the SLAC campus.

Photo of Professor Wah Chui with a cryo-electron micrcoscope
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The prestigious awards provide at least $2.5 million over five years in support of their work in understanding photochemical reactions and improving accelerator beams.

SLAC staff scientists Amy Cordones-Hahn and Brendan O'Shea
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His work aims to deepen our understanding of dark matter, dark energy and other secrets of the universe.

Photo of Panofsky fellow Daniel Gruen
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Visitors of all ages shared a science-packed evening of activities.

Community Day Vacuum
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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
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The SLAC scientists will each receive $2.5 million for their research on fusion energy and advanced radiofrequency technology.

Gleason-Gamzina-ECA2019
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Physicist Tor Raubenheimer explores the world by climbing rocks and designing particle accelerators.

Photo: Tor Raubenheimer, accelerator physicist