Stanford’s ‘accelerator on a chip’ could revolutionize medical care
Big scientific advancements sometimes come in small packages.
World's most powerful X-ray laser will get 10,000 times brighter
The LCLS-II beam will study nature on an atomic scale.
Scientists use lasers to understand how water stays liquid below its freezing point
We only remember a few things from science 101, but we're reasonably certain that water boils at 2...
Diamond hones DOE X-ray laser howitzer to razor-sharp precision
The US Department of Energy's SLAC accelerator lab already has a pretty useful X-ray laser -- the...
X-ray laser bakes solid plasma from aluminum foil, brings us closer to nuclear fusion
Nuclear fusion, like flying cars, is one of those transparent, dangling carrots that've been stymyi...