SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, originally named Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, is a United States Department of Energy National Laboratory operated by Stanford University under the programmatic direction of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science.
The SLAC research program centers on experimental and theoretical research in elementary particle physics using electron beams and a broad program of research in atomic and solid-state physics, chemistry, biology, and medicine using synchrotron radiation.
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory research articles from Innovation Toronto
- Printing nanomaterials with plasma onto a 3-D object or flexible surface, such as paper or cloth – March 23, 2016
- Microscopic Rake Doubles Efficiency of Low-cost Solar Cells – August 13, 2015
- Pouring Fire on Fuels at the Nanoscale – August 8, 2015
- SLAC Builds One of the World’s Fastest ‘Electron Cameras’ – August 6, 2015
- Rattled Atoms Mimic High-temperature Superconductivity – December 7, 2014
- Warmer superconductors could make virtually everything that runs on electricity much more efficient – November 16, 2014
- Will 2-D Tin be the Next Super Material?
- Scientists invent self-healing battery electrode
- Researchers Demonstrate ‘Accelerator on a Chip’
- Designer Glue Improves Lithium-ion Battery Life
- The World’s Fastest Electrical Switch
- Printing innovations provide 10-fold improvement in organic electronics
- Stanford scientists create novel silicon electrodes that improve lithium-ion battery performance
- New Battery Design Could Help Solar and Wind Energy Power the Grid
- New Solar-Energy Device is 100 Times More Efficient Than Previous Design
- Widely used nanoparticles enter soybean plants from farm soil
- Nanoparticle Leads to World Record for Battery Storage
- Superfast laser delivers record-breaking peak power of one petawatt
- World’s Most Powerful X-Ray Laser Creates 2-Million-Degree Matter
- SLAC invention measures stroke damage in the brain