Throughout 2021, the Berkeley Lab community is celebrating the past and imagining the future. ALS Research Scientist Sophie Morley will be featured in the 90th Anniversary Speaker Series event taking place on Friday, May 28, at 12:00 P.M. Pacific, so join us online to hear more about how the ALS enables science around the world.
Berkeley Lab 90th Anniversary Speaker Series: Tools that Enable Science Around the World
Berkeley Lab is home to a number of unique, large-scale, and advanced scientific research facilities that play an integral role in our nation’s research enterprise. Researchers from across the country and around the world are leveraging these facilities to develop solutions to some of the most critical scientific challenges of our time, from tackling the climate crisis to probing the origins of our universe. Tune in to learn about three of these state-of-the-art facilities and how they are advancing fundamental science, driving innovation, and improving the world we live in.
Michael Johnson, Principal Scientific Engineering Associate and Research Coordinator, 88-Inch Cyclotron
Sophie Morley, Research Scientist, Advanced Light Source
Andrew Minor, Facility Director, National Center for Electron Microscopy