Stanford's Linear Accelerator Center sheds light on tiniest particles

04/16/2007 | Engineering News-Record

The Linear Accelerator Center, operated by Stanford University, is leading the race to build light sources with wavelengths short enough to catch individual atoms in their beam. The Nobel Prize-winning center is focusing on the growing field of photon science and particle-and-particle astrophysics.

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