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Jen Wacker processes a sample of actinium at Berkeley Lab. Two smiling people in blue lab coats and safety glasses. The person on the right has their arm raised in the center of the frame presenting a nickel-sized sample. 2024 Cyclotron Road fellows: (top row) Mert Akin, Rakki Chandran, Rushin Contractor; (second row) Gabriella Dweck, Nosa Edoimioya, Advait Holkar, Nikita Khlystov; (third row) Hitesh Manglani, Pauliina Meskanen, Carla Pinzon; (fourth row) Kelly Redmond, Nicholas Sarai, John Slack, Nate Weger. The SOAR Telescope on Cerro Pachon in Chile. A woman, left, and a man look at visual data on several monitors with components of an electron microscope nearby. A person testing electronics that are part of the experimental setup used for making qubits in silicon in a lab. Computer screen with models displayed on screen. The image shows how this digital model complements CO2 reduction experiments to accelerate the development of improved reactors. Polly Arnold, Division Director, Chemical Sciences Division, with Matt Hernandez, Graduate Student Researcher. Close up of ashtray full of cigarettes with a person in background working on a laptop computer. The elements cadmium, arsenic, and chromium are overlaid on top. Magnon propagation in an antiferromagnet is revealed in these snapshots of spatially resolved transient reflectance, obtained using pairs of laser pulses. A colorful cartoon illustration of plants, structural molecules, a DNA strand, a pharmaceutical vial, and a microbe. Sayeef Salahuddin (left) and Nirmaan Shanker in the lab.