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The Advanced Light Source, at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, is a particle accelerator that generates brilliant beams of x rays for scientific research in everything from physics to forensics.
2016 ALS User Meeting
ALS users gather to share updates and science.
"Plant-a-thon" at the ALS
A three-day research event on water transport and drought response in plants.
Outreach to Bay Area Kids through Nuclear Science Day, 2016
APXPS Workshop in Berkeley
December 7–9, 2015
A Holiday Brunch
and Second Annual Cookie and Cake Competition
ALS Shutdown 2015
2015 ALS User Meeting
405 ALS users from around the world sharing current research experiences
Revealing Science Through Art
Seeing the Advanced Light Source through the eyes of UC Berkeley engineering and architecture students (2003).
The Deputy Secretary Comes to Visit
Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, newly appointed DOE Deputy Secretary, visited Berkeley Lab March 24. During her visit she hosted a town hall meeting and toured the ALS and talked to our scientists.
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