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Views of the ALS

While many take photos of the spectacular views from the ALS, this time we asked our photographers to turn their cameras around to take photos of the unique building and its surroundings.

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Footnotes: The ALS was originally built in the 1930s to house E.O. Lawrence’s 184-inch cyclotron. Completed in 1942, it was designed by Arthur Brown, Jr, who also did the Coit Tower in San Francisco.

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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.

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