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 10 a.m. to noon on May 11. Contact Weiner for more information or to sign up. More>
From science lectures, workshops, IT training, or dance classes, there’s always something going on at the Lab. And there’s no better way to track these activities than checking the Lab Events Calendar on the TABL website. Is your division, department or club hosting an event open to employees? If so, add it to the events calendar to broaden your reach. Instructions are here.
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VII recognized the Lab’s Public Affairs office with a Gold award for Best News Writing and a Bronze award for Strategic Communications for “Aboard Oceanus: Embedding a Science Writer on a Research Cruise.” More>
The “Basic Research Needs Report on Quantum Materials” that Berkeley Lab Senior Science Writer (retired) Lynn Yarris worked on for the Office of Science on behalf of the Lab is now online and can be viewed here. It includes design work by Public Affairs Creative Services’s Susan Brand.
Need video or photos to promote your science, share news, feature researchers, or cover a special event? Learn more about these services on their newly launched websites, including details on how to make requests, the production process, rates, and contact information. Go here for video website and here for photo website.
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 to 3 p.m. on Sept. 30. Contact Weiner for more information or to sign up. More>
All members of Jim Bishop’s team have been trained in key deck operations, such as working the tag lines during CTD deployment. UC Berkeley junior William Kumler, for instance, has been introduced to the winch at the stern of the ship. He stood at the controls during sediment trap deployments and recovery, vigilantly following the signals for letting out or taking in cable. More>