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

A portrait of Taran Driver.
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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
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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.
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

It takes a lot of meetings, travel logistics and even tracking down some parts to keep a large team collaborating on a project like...

A portrait of Regina Matter.
News Feature

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

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News Feature

Under his leadership, the lab diversified its research portfolio, expanded its science impact, advanced major projects, increased collaboration with Stanford and met the challenges...

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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
News Feature

The award celebrates Huang’s achievements studying atom-scale physics with fast X-ray pulses.

Yijing Huang at Stanford University
Photograph

Energy science directorate (ESD) team 

Energy Sciences Directorate team at the Battery500 Quarterly Review Meeting on May 25-26 at SLAC's Main Quad.
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Annual workshop for cryo-EM developments and a poster session.

Annual workshop for cryo-EM developments and a poster session.
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Hannah Pollek and Travis Lange at the Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST) raft installation.

Hannah Pollek (right), and Travis Lange at the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) raft installation.