The 38th Annual Runaround takes place Friday, October 16. To help you put your best foot forward for the Lab’s hilly, 1.86-mile race, we’ve put together some race-ready tips from last year’s winners, Stephen Whitelam and Jennifer Doyle. More>
Katherine Yelick is the recipient of the 2015 ACM/IEEE Computer Society Ken Kennedy Award for innovative research contributions to parallel computing languages that have been used in both the research community and in production environments. More>
The two-hour session is ideal for researchers and others who may need to speak to the news media or the public. Former CBS News producer, and current Lab Communications manager, Jon Weiner will lead this free class from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct.30. Contact Weiner for more information or to sign up. More>
One key difference between a compelling technology that stays in the lab and one that reaches the marketplace is customer interest. In Episode 1 of “Who Will Buy My App?” the Lab’s MyGreenCar team gets ready to step outside the lab and test their fuel economy app’s value to consumers in a scientific way. This is the first of six films capturing the ups and downs of the team’s customer discovery process through DOE’s Lab-Corps Program.
The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at the Lab on Thursday, October 15, in the cafeteria parking lot from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Schedule an appointment here (enter Sponsor Code “LBL”). Walk-ins are also welcome. Contact Marissa Smithwick at ext. 6088 for more information.
Northern California national labs, including Berkeley Lab, participated in a #TwitterCageMatch on Friday, October 9, to duel it out for “Coolest NorCal Lab” bragging rights. The online event helped expose fans to Berkeley Lab’s exciting scientific research and some key milestones from its past. Go here to see how it unfolded.