The Public Affairs Office hosted the Lab’s first-ever, live-streamed, virtual tour of three User Facilities yesterday. Students from local classrooms, as well as members of the public, joined Dula Parkinson at the Advanced Light Source, Deirdre Olynick at the Molecular Foundry, and Jim Ciston of the Center for Electron Microscopy. They explained their research at the facilities and answered questions from viewers. Send comments or suggestions for future virtual field trips to Public Affairs social media specialist Kelly Owen.
Scientists Take Visitors on a Virtual Tour of Foundry, ALS, and NCEM
February 14, 2014