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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.

Outreach to Bay Area Kids through Nuclear Science Day, 2016

405 ALS users from around the world sharing current research experiences

Seeing the Advanced Light Source through the eyes of UC Berkeley engineering and architecture students (2003).

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.

On Saturday April 4, more than 180 Boy and Girl Scouts toured the ALS as part of the 2015 Nuclear Science Day for Scouts.