For this edition, we would like to highlight the three national UC laboratories;
- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (1952)
- Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (1931)
- Los Alamos National Laboratory (1943)
These three laboratories have helped the United States Department of Energy with instrumental research, support, and guidance for over eight decades. We want to honor all the amazing work done at these three specifically with human-induced disasters like national security threats and environmental ones like climate change.
In addition to this, the University of California National Laboratories also help The Regents and the Office of the President with ensuring that the University follows the practices in an environmentally conscious and technologically proactive way. The UC National Laboratories also connects its resources with University resources — which includes research and collaboration opportunities. These three laboratories are able to focus on the local dimension with University collaborations as well as on the large scale with national partnerships. This is why we look to highlight these laboratories and the dedicated scientists and staff behind the scenes.
Our expertise portal also includes a section dedicated to each respective laboratory where users can self-log their research background, interests, and more. Click here to learn more.