Siero is the first woman to have served as an accelerator operator at Berkeley Lab, working with the 88-Inch Cyclotron, a powerful particle-beam machine that started up 54 years ago at the Department of Energy-owned lab.
What’s life like aboard a scientific research vessel plying the California coast deploying robots to unlock important data about climate change?
A human skull and three human bones were discovered on Berkeley Lab property Monday during some routine digging to clear a ditch.
A sign that graced the 65-year-old Berkeley burger joint has been snapped up by Berkeley Lab because they too have an OSCARS.
A herd of grass-munching goats swarmed across Cyclotron Road in the Berkeley Hills last week on the way to another plant-clearing mission below Blackberry Gate.
UC Berkeley Police have issued an alert about a possible mountain lion sighting on Berkeley Lab property.
Allen Benitez, Chief of Protective Services at Berkeley Lab admits he’s nervous.
The city of Berkeley has, in recent years, been working to make the community a better place for technological innovation via efforts to fight “brain drain,” make it easier to find office space, and create connections among its more than 300 startups to strengthen the “fabric of the innovation ecosystem,” city staff told council members during a special session last week.
On Tuesday, nine East Bay cities announced a new streamlined solar permitting process designed to save homeowners up to $3,500 per solar photovoltaic system.
Berkeley expects to get $12.7 million in grant funding for changes to BART Plaza, Shattuck Avenue and Hearst Street that should make life easier for people using the Downtown BART station and buses, biking to campus and even just driving through the center of town.
Local photographer Daniel Parks recently posted some dramatic images on Flickr of a slumping hillside on the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory campus.
The Helios Building, a new addition to downtown Berkeley, is in the very final stages of construction and the scientists for whom it has been built are expected to move in over six weeks, starting on July 30.
The mood was serious at 8:00 am Saturday at the David Brower Center. Fifty girls from Berkeley and Albany high schools were milling around the lobby in anticipation of showing off the Android apps they had spent weeks designing.
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