In this recap of a recent journal article, Kathy Kincade explains the origins of hydrogen cells and how supercomputers can help researchers calculate their durability. WD&E mentor and fuel cell technologies lab program manager Adam Weber is featured.
Archives for March 2022
Multiple WD&E mentors, including Jay Keasling and Edward Baidoo, are mentioned in this article about the origins of the Agile BioFoundry
(from left to right:) Ping Ge, Allison Truhlar, Jan Tyler, and Yolanda White The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science (SC) is the largest federal sponsor of basic research in the physical sciences. Every year, in collaboration with DOE national laboratories, staff from the Office of Science’s Office of Workforce Development for Teachers […]
Argonne National Laboratory will host a discussion on Achieving Equitable Representation for Women of Color at Our National Labs on March 29 at 11 PT. The panel discussion includes Berkeley Lab’s Daniela Ushizima, Staff Scientist in the Computing Sciences Area and a WD&E mentor.
Researchers at the BELLA Center are researching a new form of radiation therapy. A new paper from the team shows that a new technique called FLASH radiotherapy leads to higher survival of normal cells compared with cancerous cells. Team members Kei Nakamura and Eleanor Blakely are WD&E mentors. WD&E mentor Cameron Geddes, director of ATAPD […]
Visible Spectrum is a series to spotlight talented and dedicated women employees across the Lab. Xiaoye (Sherry) Li is a senior scientist, WD&E mentor, and the group leader of scalable solvers in the Applied Math and Computational Research Division.
The Berkeley Lab K-12 STEM Education and Outreach Programs Team, is seeking volunteers for Science en Acción (SeA) – a new three-day camp for English-learning and Spanish-English bilingual high school students.
Did you miss Brieanna Wright’s presentation for the African American Employee’s Resource Group? You can catch up with this recording.
A new review appearing in Nature Reviews Microbiology, co-authored by SULI mentor Eoin Brodie of EESA , outlines how it is now possible to leverage new conceptual understanding, emerging technologies and modeling capabilities to predict how the life and death of soil microbes may impact the planet’s soil carbon stocks.
Join WD&E mentor Sinead Griffin on Monday, March 7, 2022 for her lecture, “The Unbearable Lightness of Dark Matter.”
The DOE’sOffice of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program is enabling three graduate students to spend time in ATAP’s BELLA Center this spring: experimentalists Lauren Cooper of the University of Michigan and Kyle Jensen of the University of Nebraska, as well as computational modeler Roland Hesse, also of Nebraska.