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These inexpensive photosensitizers could make solar power and chemical manufacturing more efficient. Experiments at SLAC offer insight into how they work.
Illustration of carbene reaction pathways
SLAC scientists and collaborators are developing 3D copper printing techniques to build accelerator components.
3D-printed copper components
In regions that lack the resources to treat the contaminated water, it can lead to disease, cancer, and even death.
Electrode tank
Siqi Li develops connections with people and concepts while working on new technologies for accelerators.
Siqi Li headshot
Discovered at SLAC and Stanford, this new class of unconventional superconductors is starting to give up its secrets – including a surprising 3D metallic state.
Graphic showing electronic structure of nickelate superconductor
Matching up maps of matter and light from the Dark Energy Survey and Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope...
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope will be named for an influential astronomer who left the field b...
Vera Rubin
As the massive LSST camera project reaches its culmination, Hannah Pollek is one of the engineers in...
Hannah Pollek Portrait
A new understanding of the nucleation process could shed light on how the shells help microbes inter...
Illustration of tiles forming a microbial shell