While our events are on hold, we’re here to engage you in a virtual celebration of the wonders of Berkeley STEM research.
In our newsletter and here on our website, we’ll be sharing videos, lectures, articles, and activities for you and your family to enjoy. There’s a lot here to get you started, and we promise more wonders and delights to come…so please stay tuned!
If you have suggestions for Berkeley-related science videos, articles, or books we should share, please let us know! Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
And most of all, take care and be well!
The Science at Cal Team
Science at Cal and the Lawrence Hall of Science would like to provide our followers and members with a list of curated resources around COVID-19. We hope that this page will help answer some of your questions, help you better understand scientific topics surrounding COVID-19, and, as a result, provide a sense of clarity during these uncertain times.
Videos of recent Science at Cal Lectures are now available on the new Video Page
Our thanks to Berkeley Community Media for recording and producing videos of the Science at Cal Lecture series. Berkeley Community Media is a media production haven for amateur to professional filmmakers, television producers and students of all forms of life!
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To realize this vision, we engage the vast Berkeley STEM community as science communicators and foster creative collaborations among campus and community-based groups who share our commitment to equity and inclusion in STEM education and careers.
Throughout the year, Science at Cal presents ongoing, free outreach programs in STEM and other disciplines, helps promote other groups’ related efforts, and creates new programs and initiatives at Berkeley and in the community. This broad scope of activities is made possible by Science at Cal’s dynamic network of campus alliances and valuable community partnerships.
Science at Cal connects UC Berkeley Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) researchers with diverse community groups of all ages and backgrounds, for science engagement and learning. Accessibility, inclusiveness, creativity and innovation are hallmarks of Science at Cal events, which reach tens of thousands of people annually.
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