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​​​​Part of our "Meet the Agencies" series.

Doing Business with the ​Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Thursday, June 29, 2023 - 1:00 PM EDT

This event is complimentary. 

 We do ask that you scroll down and register







​Just added:  Nicole Colley
Supply Chain Management

Operation Strategy Manager, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.

Presented by: Phillip McCants
Small Business Liaison Officer
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

This complimentary online event is live and interactive.

The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) Is diversified and uses just about everything.  

Current projects include:

1. Cutting-edge computational resources at the Lab

2. National User Facilities - T
hey manage five U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science National User Facilities, which together provide nearly 14,000 researchers per year with advanced capabilities in high-performance computing and data science, chemical sciences, materials synthesis and characterization, and genomic science.

3. Advanced Light Source (ALS) - The ALS is a specialized particle accelerator, known as a synchrotron light source, that generates bright beams of X-ray, infrared, and extreme ultraviolet light useful for research. It supports the research of 2,000 users annually.

4. DOE Joint Genome Institute (JGI) - The JGI advances genomics science in support of the DOE's clean energy and environmental missions by providing scientific users from around the world access to integrated, high-throughput gene sequencing, DNA design and synthesis, metabolomics, and computational analysis.

5. The Molecular Foundry - The Molecular Foundry is a DOE-funded nanoscience research facility that provides scientists from around the world access to world-class expertise and instrumentation in a collaborative, multidisciplinary environment.

6. National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) - As the primary scientific computing facility for the DOE Office of Science, NERSC provides computational resources and expertise to more than 8,000 scientists each year, who use it to perform unclassified basic research.

7. Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) - ESnet is the DOE's dedicated science network, providing high-bandwidth, reliable connections that link the world's scientists and their data, enabling them to collaborate on some of the world's most important scientific challenges.


Current research interests Include the following areas:

  • AI, Math, and Data
  • Accelerator Technologies
  • Cosmic Frontiers
  • Frontier Computing Sciences
  • Materials and Chemical Sciences
  • Microelectronics and Beyond
  • Mysteries of Matter
  • Quantum Science
  • Alternative Energy
  • Bioenergy and Biofuels
  • Biomanufacturing
  • Carbon Management
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Energy Storage
  • Energy Systems
  • Hydrogen
  • Manufacturing Decarbonization
  • Sustainable Transportation
  • Clean water, healthy soils and crops, and stable Earth systems.
  • Clean and Affordable Water
  • Climate
  • Earth and Ecological Systems
  • Human Health
  • Microbes to Ecosystems
  • Emerging Ideas

This event is complimentary. We do ask that you register:

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