Listen as two Berkeley Lab leaders and a transgender scientist share their firsthand experience with the difficulties of a name change in academia as they discuss the Name Change Initiative, which focuses on making it easier for researchers to reclaim past work with their preferred name.
Dear Colleagues: As President Obama has often said, we are stronger when we stand together – and we stand with you in this challenging moment as members of the diverse and dedicated DOE family. The events this week in Louisiana, Minnesota, and Texas, following tragedies in many other communities in which lives have been lost, […]
Jeanette E. Brown, Chemist, Historian, and author of “African American Women Chemists,” to Speak August 18
Jeannette E. Brown, an organic chemist and historian, will describe her life in chemistry and how research was done in the days before the Internet and computerized equipment on Monday, August 18th at noon in the B50 Auditorium. She will also discuss her work on coccidiosis and on dehyropeptidase enzyme inhibitor, part of the currently […]
— By Theresa Duque Every June, Berkeley Lab festoons the main Blackberry Gate entrance with the rainbow flag, reminding employees and visitors that this month is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month. In honor of the Lab’s LGBT community, the following portraits of Andrea Mercado, David Schild, and Amanda Krieger celebrate a diverse […]
Arlene Blum, environmental scientist, author, and mountaineer, will share her favorite photos and stories from her historic mountaineering expeditions as well as her scientific work with the Green Science Policy Institute protecting our health and environment on Thursday, July 17, at noon in the Building 50 Auditorium. Blum is a Visiting Scholar at UC Berkeley’s Department […]