Scientists have developed an unsupervised multi-scale machine learning technique that can automatically and specifically capture biomedical events or concepts directly from raw data. The Berkeley Biomedical Data Science Center will nurture data-intensive biomedical science, and will apply this technique to cancer-risk assessment and diagnosis, as well as personalized medicine. More>
National Lab Pride was recently created for members to promote LGBTQ+ visibility within the DOE national laboratory system, collaborate on outreach and networking opportunities, meet LGBTQ+ leaders and staff (within the national lab system, as well as externally), and share resources and best practices for diversity and inclusion. More>
The Lab’s terrain always presents challenges, and is particularly slippery in wet weather. Employees are reminded to walk mindfully, hold onto handrails, and pocket their phones to prevent accidents and injury. This “Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention” video shows on-site footage of hazards and how to avoid them.
Due to a delay in construction activities, the Blackberry Pit (D) parking lot will not close on March 23 as previously announced. Instead, the lot will close on Tuesday, March 28, and reopen on Wednesday, March 29. See map of typically underutilized parking lots and parking/road closures.
The Lab’s holiday calendar previously listed Cesar Chavez Day as Friday, March 24, but the correct date is actually Friday, March 31. Employees can take March 24, if they had already planned to do so due to the error, or Friday March 31. For more information, contact Bharat Parikh.