Women from the Lab’s Computing Sciences area delivered talks, volunteered as mentors, and helped organize the conference, a celebration of women in computing. The event, billed as the “world’s largest gathering of women technologists, was held earlier this month. More>
The gathering, sponsored by the University of Copenhagen, takes place Nov. 10-12 and focuses on “Optimal Production of High-Value Compounds.” In addition to Keasling, JBEI’s Dominique Loque will also speak at the event. More>
Alivisatos moderated two of the conference’s three panels, focusing on the critical technologies and tools that the community will need to develop in order to meet the goals of the BRAIN Initiative. More>
To mark the World Wide Web Consortium‘s (WC3) 20th anniversary, the group is hosting a symposium — W3C20—to discuss the future of the Web at the Santa Clara Marriott on Oct. 29. The consortium, which includes Berkeley Lab, develops open standards to ensure the long-term growth of the Web. Go here to register and here for more on the Lab’s participation.
LBNL Institute for Globally Transformative Technologies Executive Director Shashi Buluswar, presented the Institute’s forthcoming “50 Breakthroughs” study last week at a USAID conference in Washington, D.C. The study describes 50 scientific and technological breakthroughs most critical to sustainable global development. Other conference speakers included John Kerry, Kofi Annan, and Christine Lagarde. More>
The Berkeley Energy and Resources Collaborative event includes a keynote talk by LightSail Energy’s Danielle Fong, an energy innovation case competition for commercializing a Berkeley Lab technology, and a poster session and competition. More>
Highlights of the Oct. 6-8 meeting include plenary sessions on the facility’s scientific and technical achievements, a historical overview, and a look a future prospects. Featured speakers include user Erica Saphire, discussing how she has used the ALS for her Ebola research. The event also includes a vendor fair. More>
Several scientists from the Earth Sciences Division are co-chairing a Complex Soil Systems Conference, which is being held Sept. 3-5 at the David Brower Center in downtown Berkeley. Check the conference website for more information.
Nearly 300 scientists from across the nation and around the world attended. Among the prominent speakers for the August 25-26 event included former Berkeley Lab director and Secretary of Energy Steve Chu.
LabTech — the Lab’s annual computing conference produced for and by staff — includes morning seminars, keynote address, afternoon lightning rounds, demonstration tables, lunch, snacks, and more. Sessions cover topics ranging from scientific computing and data management, to collaboration and productivity. More>