Wondering what happens after an internship at a DOE national laboratory? We’ve got answers. Check out our recording from Secretary Granholm’s remarks to the Office of Science’s Post-Internship Panel July 13, moderated by DOE’s Brookhaven National Laboratory Director Dr. Doon
Archives for July 2021
DOE and Office of Science celebrate nearly 1,000 undergraduate student, graduate student, and faculty award recipients. Hear remarks from Secretary Granholm, Representative Sean Casten, and panel discussion with select awardees discussing their upcoming research opportunities.
A new cohort of master’s level students will join EESA as interns who will work on year-long research projects on August 1. This is the fourth set of students to participate in the Berkeley Lab Pathbreaker program since it was started as a joint collaboration with Cal State University East Bay (CSUEB) by Berkeley Lab […]
Did you miss the K-12’s excellent STEM Career Talk series? Don’t worry – you can still find them online! To watch more, please follow this link.
SAGE-S (Science Accelerating Girls’ Engagement in STEM) is a one week long summer camp for public high school students. The program allows scientists, engineers, and staff to share what everyday life in a STEM profession is like. This year, join virtually across five laboratories from Aug. 2 – 7th. Click here for more information.
Early career scientists will learn from national leaders in diversity, equity, and inclusion in STEM in this free and public Zoom webinar on Aug. 23. (2:00 – 2:00 EDT, 11 – 12 PDT). It will begin with short presentations by the speakers, followed by a guided Q&A session. This webinar is organized by the DOE’s […]
The Berkeley Lab Laser Accelerator (BELLA) Center at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has developed and tested an innovative optical system to precisely measure and control the position and pointing angle of high-power laser beams with unprecedented accuracy – without interrupting or disturbing the beams. SULI mentor and Director of […]
Among with his colleagues, staff scientist and SULI mentor Gregory Hura have published a comprehensive study in Biophysical Journal that represents the first step toward developing treatments COVID-19.
As we work towards a more sustainable future, new materials are being developed to reduce waste production, increase energy efficiency and expand technological advancement. Tune in via K-12’s ZOOM on 7/23 at 10 AM.
Berkeley Lab is teaming up with the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA), the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), and other organizations to create the Partnership for Advanced Window Solutions (PAWS), with the aim of accelerating nationwide adoption of highly efficient windows, storm windows and shading systems. Berkeley Lab researcher and SULI mentor Robert Hart is […]
Join K-12’s staff in the latest session of their ‘STEM Career Talk Series’ about the emerging field of Data Science. Hear directly from those working in the field to create policy around energy and entertainment. Learn how current college students are navigating majors in Data Science and what it means to be a Data Scientist. […]
Workforce Education and Development hosted a GEM Virtual Site Visit with (Clockwise from top left) Executive Director Marcus A. Huggans, Communications Coordinator Ingrid Ockert, Staff Scientist Carl Grace, Manager of Workforce Development and Education Colette Flood; GEM Coordinator Kia Johnson; GEM Fellow, Liban Hussein; WD&E Internship Program Manager Nakeiah Harrell; GEM CEO Brennon Marcano. On […]
Internships can be a gateway to a long and fruitful career in STEM. In this recorded ZOOM session from K12’s summer series, hear from workforce development experts, like WD&E director Colette Flood, and current scientists on how to make connections and great impressions that can lead to future opportunities.
Berkeley Lab scientists are teaming with Oakland-based nonprofit Physicians, Scientists and Engineers (PSE) for Healthy Energy to install sensors that will give residents data to understand air pollution sources and patterns. SULI mentor Tom Kirchstetter led the project.
IPO’s Gregg Scharfstein interviews Dr. Deepti Tanjore, SULI mentor and Director of The Advanced Biofuels and Bioproducts Process Development Unit (ABPDU), about innovation. They focus on Deepti’s origin story, her work at the Lab, and her dedication to resolving scale-up challenges for synthetic biology based technologies.
Technological innovation in agriculture and environmental science are crucial in combating climate change. Learn how scientists and chef are changing the way we think about food. Tune in via K12 on 7/9 at 10 AM.
Congratulations to research scientist and SULI mentor Michael Whittaker (EESA) for being selected as a participant in this year’s Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, as part of the UC President’s Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting Fellowship program. He will attend virtual lectures and interactive sessions with 40 Nobel laureates around the world from June 27 to July […]
Lin Lin, a faculty scientist and SULI mentor, has been selected to receive a prestigious Simons Investigator in Mathematics award from the Simons Foundation. Lin’s research focuses on the development of efficient and accurate numerical methods for electronic structure calculations.