In-depth public lectures by research scientists at UC Berkeley
11:00am, 3rd Saturdays of the Month100 Genetics and Plant Biology Building UC Berkeley Originating in 2009 as part of the International Year of Astronomy, the Science at Cal Lecture Series is a public science talk series organized by Science at Cal and features renowned UC Berkeley researchers from all Science, Technology and Math (STEM) fields. These talks are free and open to the public. Most talks take place in Genetics and Plant Biology, Room 100 (see map). Limited hourly pay parking is available on weekends on and nearby campus — please check the signs. We encourage you to take public transport — BART and bus lines are within walking distance. Videos of some recent lectures and presentations are now available courtesy of Berkeley Community Media. These are available on the new Video page
All Science at Cal March events are postponed.
Based on local, national, and global public health recommendations shift to include mitigation of transmission, the campus is proactively taking steps that will help to protect the community.
A decision on what will happen beyond March will occur at a later date, based on the latest coronavirus information at that time.