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Dept of Energy, Office of Science

Germantown, Maryland

Dept of Energy, Office of Science

Germantown, Maryland


Washington D.C., D.C.

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Institute for Shock Physics - Washington State University

Argonne, Illinois

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Chief Executive Officer - Canadian Light Source Inc.
Canadian Light Source Inc. (CLSI) is Canada’s national synchrotron facility located at the University of Saskatchewan. The CLS empowers academic, industry and government researchers from across Canada and around the world to probe the structure of matter, with unique-in-Canada advanced characterization techniques using intense beams of light. Over 4,500 scientists, including 3,000 students, from 42 countries and 171 Canadian institutions have used the CLS in the last 16 years, enabling over 900 international research collaborations. CLSI is funded through Federal grants, the Saskatchewan Government, the University of Saskatchewan, as well as revenue derived from the provision of services to industry. CLSI employs 250 staff and is committed to strengthening capacity, scientific pr

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