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GL at Carnegie Institution for Science Established in 1905, the Geophysical Laboratory at Carnegie Institution for Science and its scientists have extended researches into the fields of physics, chemistry and biology to understand the formation the Earth and other planets in the universe.
APS at ANL The Advanced Photon Source (APS) at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) operates more than 60 high-energy and high-brightness x-ray beamlines. Teaming with other user facilities in ANL, such as nanoscience, electron microscopy and high performance computing, APS provides exceptional support to its users.

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hpstar Center for High Pressure Science & Technology Advanced Research (HPSTAR) was established in September 2012 as one of the Innovative Teams funded by China’s Top 1000 Talent Program. Currently, HPSTAR operates research branches in Shanghai, Beijing and Changchun. Its research areas include high-pressure related physics, chemistry, photon science, Nano science, functional materials, energy science, super hard materials and Earth and planetary interiors.
FIU Located in beautiful Miami, FL, Florida International University (FIU) is not only the first but also the only public research university in the city. Sparked by American entrepreneurship spirit, FIU has transformed itself from a single building on an abandoned airfield in the summer of 1969 to today’s one of the top 10 largest universities in US. FIU is among top-tier research institutions in the nation.
UNLV University of Nevada, Las Vegas was founded in 1957. Today, it has become a public research institution with 28,600 enrolled students and an ambitious vision— “By 2025, UNLV will be recognized as a top tier public university in research, education, and community impact.” In 2015, UNLV was ranked as No. 2 in best ethnic diversity by U.S. News & World Report, according to its official website.