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The Advanced Light Source is a Department of Energy-funded synchrotron facility that provides users from around the world access to the brightest beams of soft x-rays, together with hard x-rays and infrared, for scientific research and technology development in a wide range of disciplines.

Tuning the Electronic Structure of a 2D Material

The electronic structure of a stacked 2D material was tuned by in situ electron doping, resulting in a large increase in the splitting of two valence bands. Stacked 2D materials possess an array of tunable properties that are expected to be important for future applications in electronics and optics. ... Read more »

TE Connectivity Uses ALS to Improve Conductive Plastics

TE Connectivity used ALS microtomography capabilities to optimize the material and manufacturing parameters of their conductive plastics to impart good electrical conductivity. Conductive plastics with good electrical properties offer processing and cost benefits over metal alternatives, with applications ranging from automotive to data communications. ... Read more »

Jeremy Coyne, Senior Business Manager

After 18 years working in various divisions at Berkeley Lab, Jeremy Coyne recently returned to the ALS, where his Lab career first started. Jeremy has taken on the role of senior business manager at the ALS, overseeing and managing the ALS Business Support Team and the division’s entire financial portfolio. ... Read more »

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