The SULI program encourages undergraduate students to pursue STEM careers by providing research experiences at DOE labs. Students perform research, under the guidance of staff scientists or engineers, on projects supporting the DOE mission. Applications close October 7. Apply here.
Select group of high school students chosen to participate in fast-paced, high-level, interactive summer session. JBEI hosted 76 of these kids on July 22. More>
Eight Bay Area high school students are participating in this summer’s iCLEM program, earning money and gaining “college knowledge” while conducting bioenergy research in the state-of-the-art scientific laboratories of the Joint BioEnergy Institute. More>
Over 800 people attended the July 12 event. At the Sanford Underground Research Facility’, Lab staff discussed the LUX and LZ dark-matter experiments, and Majorana neutrinoless double beta decay experiment. Go here to hear NSD’s Alan Poon interviewed for South Dakota Public Broadcasting. More>
Nearly 180 boy and girl scouts, along with 50 leaders, visited the Lab last month for this annual event, co-sponsored by the Advanced Light Source and the Workforce Development & Education Office. The scouts listened to lectures, constructed atomic models, built an electroscope, and toured the ALS, among other activities.
Each Wednesday in July enjoy a different Summer Fun Day, such as boat building, ice cream making, and fizzy foamy sidewalk painting. Come on a Family Bug Hunt. Learn new things and pursue your passions in our Summer Camps and Ingenuity Studio. Visit the Hall this month. More>
Joe Kwan with the Accelerator & Fusion Research Division will assist with design and technology transfer for the machine, which will begin construction in 2015. More>
Participants from around the Bay Area attended the five-day “Physics In and Through Cosmology” workshop, organized by the Physics Division’s Tony Spadafora and Eric Linder, and Laurie Kerrigan of Mercy High School in San Francisco. Photo>
Group provided entertainment for event that honored donors, volunteers for raising money to extend hours and services. More>
Two Berkeley seventh graders, who used beamlines during field trip last year, make a trip to Washington D.C. More>