Presentations will cover research trends, foundational breakthroughs with broad relevance, overviews of progress and new research, education, and innovation areas with a focus on nanobiology, nanobiomanufacturing, and nano-biomedicine.
SC23’s temporary network, known as SCinet, will achieve record speeds of up to 6.71 Terabits per second.
The Sept. 11 NNCO-organized Nanotechnology Infrastructure Leaders Summit included the leadership of 35 different user facilities, open research laboratories, and innovation institutes from across the United States.
Natalie Holder, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer of the Stanford National Accelerator Lab (SLAC); Kevin Fournier, User Office Director for the National Ignition Facility.
Attendees will help develop a white paper on opportunities and recommendations for nanotechnology infrastructure.
The 2023 Advanced Light Source User Meeting in Berkeley, CA: celebrating the 30th Anniversary of first light! In-person and virtual, registration is free this year, and all are welcome.
Get ready for a day filled with engaging discussions, informative presentations, and networking opportunities. Hosted at the Gaithersburg Marriott Washingtonian Center.
This annual meeting is a unique opportunity to gather together the light source community in a single scientific event that includes numerous presentations in the plenary, poster, and parallel sessions.
CINT Annual Meeting in person in Albuquerque, New Mexico; Keynotes include Steven J Zinkle, Governor’s Chair, Nuclear Materials at Oak Ridge National Laboratory & Dr. Andrew Ouderkirk, Research Director, Facebook Reality Labs at META.
World-class researchers will provide instruction around the fundamentals and complexities of omics data. Geared toward PhD students and postdoctoral associates, but all are welcome to attend.