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Undergrad’s Poster Project Honors Black Physicists

Inspired by the nation’s grappling with issues of race and racial discrimination in the wake of George Floyd’s May 25 killing by police during his arrest in Minneapolis, UC Berkeley physics major and Berkeley Lab student assistant Ana Lyons turned to art as a way to contribute to the conversation. Aware of the scientific community’s […]

Why Is Science So Straight?—The New York Times

24 Blacks In Tech You Need To Know—Oakland Local

Collaboration: Strength in diversity—Nature Magazine

Rui Zhang: Doing Science With Four Team Members, Four Nationalities

I came to the U.S. from China in 2006 and entered the University of Houston for my Ph.D. in geophysics, which I completed in 2010. Then I did a postdoc at UT Austin for two years and joined Berkeley Lab in February of 2013. My current project is mainly the National Risk Assessment Partnership (NRAP) […]