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Welcome to Science@Cal! In laboratories deep underground, observatories atop mountains, the open plains, ocean depths and dense rainforests, Cal scientists are exploring our natural world, finding answers that explain our past and inform the future.
Science@Cal invites you to join these scientists on their journeys, explore their questions and share their discoveries! You can get involved by attending one of the events listed in our calendar, checking out our monthly free, public lectures, or by signing up for our mailing list.
Join Science@Cal for special events during the 2013 Bay Area Science Festival. The BASF is a celebration of science and engineering that will take place throughout the entire Bay Area from October 26th to November 2nd, culminating in a spectacular outdoor finale at AT&T Park on Saturday, November 2nd.
This year, Science@Cal is kicking off its festival activities with a special lecture and open house in the Valley Life Sciences Building on the UC Berkeley campus on October 26th. For more details see Yosemite and UC Berkeley: Partners in Research.
Three recent news stories about the work done by Cal scientists:
The advancement of green chemistry is a cornerstone of social and environmental sustainability. Read on to find out more about how the Berkeley chemistry community is doing its part.
Read about how the Chemical Engineering department celebrates its national ranking and outstanding GSIs! (October 2009)
What does it mean to live in tectonically active environment? You can find out at the Berkeley Seismological Lab's outreach website, which is chock-full of information and videos.
Join Cal scientists and millions of Californians on October 15 for the Great California ShakeOut — the largest earthquake drill ever!
What are these Cal scientists learning about planet Earth? How does their research relate to our everyday lives? And what do they like best about doing science?
Cal scientists study biodiversity of the past and the present through fieldwork and collections. Read on to learn about these scientists' research!
Check out these five news stories about Cal biodiversity research!
There are literally dozens of websites at UC Berkeley devoted to the topic of biodiversity. Here's a selection of just a few.