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May 2014
Inside panorama of the Advanced Light Source (ALS).
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May 2014
The inner ring of the Advanced Light Source (ALS).
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May 2014
The Advanced Light Source (ALS) Contribution to NASA's Global Selfie project.
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May 2014
Visitors at the Advanced Light Source (ALS) open house in 2012.
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May 2014
Contra Costa College Science students toring the Advanced Light Source (ALS) and the machine shops at Bldg. 77
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May 2014
Jinghua Guo at the ALS Beamline 6.3.1.2 - Northern California JCAP site doing artificial photosynthesis research and EETD Battery research.
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April 2014
Stacked nanoscale magnetic vortices (blue and green discs) separated by an extremely thin layer of copper can be driven to oscillate in unison, potentially producing a powerful signal that could be...
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April 2014
April 2014
Crystal structure of the membrane siderophore receptor FhuA (blue-gold) in complex with the antibacterial lasso petide MccJ25 (magenta). Comparison of the siderophore- and MccJ25-bound structures...
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April 2014
Crystal structure of the membrane siderophore receptor FhuA (blue-gold) in complex with the antibacterial lasso petide MccJ25 (magenta). Comparison of the siderophore- and MccJ25-bound structures...
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April 2014
Scientist turned cowboy lassos key results in our fight against bacterial infections. (Image credit: Catherine Pougault from the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle)
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April 2014
Diamond Light Source is now commissioning a highly specialised in vacuum X-ray detector for its new long wavelength life science beamline. The beamline, one of the most ambitious macromolecular...
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August 2013
Spectro-microtomographic images of a human hair show absorptions of protein (red) and phospholipid (blue-green). Center, the medulla is observed to have little protein. Bottom, the medulla has higher...
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August 2013
Carol Hirschmugl at University of Wisconsin’s Synchrotron Radiation Center
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August 2013
Michael Martin at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source (Photo by Roy Kaltschmidt, Berkeley Lab)
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August 2013
Researchers at Berkeley Lab and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee have reported the first full color infrared tomography. (Image by Cait Youngquist)
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