The event takes place Saturday, Nov. 29, from noon to 2 p.m. at the Albany Tap Room. Miller, who passed away in October, was a long-time Lab employee and Advanced Light Source staff member. He retired from the Lab in 2000. Contact Gerard Menut for more information. Go here for a remembrance of Miller.
Gill served as the deputy director for operations for the Chemical Sciences Division before her retirement in 2013, after 15 years with the Lab. She passed away on Nov. 7 while traveling with friends in Taiwan. Go here to read a remembrance written by her CSD colleagues.
Hired by UC Berkeley in 1943, he worked on the Manhattan Project, studying the chemistry of plutonium and devising separation techniques. In 1974 he became a principal investigator at Berkeley Lab, retiring in 1988. More>
The fund was established by a donation from Sessler’s children to support the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights, and Law program. Sessler was a longtime leading public advocate for human rights and intellectual freedom. More>
Westmacott — who passed away on July 30 at the age of 84 — led NCEM from 1986-1992, which he helped establish as “an open and supportive facility with world-class instrumentation and research” as a shared source for the scientific community. More>
Falk Warnecke — a postdoctoral fellow at JGI’s Microbial Ecology Program from March 2005 until June 2009 — died on July 15. He was 42. Warnecke was first author on the termite hindgut metagenome paper that appeared in Nature. More>
Senior scientist passed away unexpectedly on Monday evening. His research focused on the synthesis and chemistry of superheavy elements. Nitsche served as a professor in UC Berkeley’s Chemistry Department and was the leader of the Nuclear Science Division’s Heavy Element Group. More>
Lev Ruzer, an affiliate with EETD’s Indoor Environment Group for 24 years, has passed away. Ruzer was editor of the Aerosol Handbook: Measurement, Dosimetry, and Health Effects. The 2nd edition was published when he was 90. More>
Physics Division researcher passed away on June 22. Supersymmetry, developed in the early 1970s at the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN) by Zumino and Julius Wess, was conceived to explain particle interactions involving three of the four main forces in nature. More>