Dr. Jennifer Doudna became the first woman from UC Berkeley to win the Nobel Prize, earning the recognition for her co-development of the CRISPR gene editing technique. Read on to learn more, including our efforts at The Lawrence to educate the public about Doudna's incredible work.
. On July 28–29, more than 1,000 outdoor and environmental education program leaders, school and district leaders, and classroom teachers from across the country and around the world gathered on Zoom to discuss the challenges presented by the pandemic.
Our building in the Berkeley hills is currently closed, but our researchers, educators, and staff are hard at work supporting teachers, parents, and at-home learners during the shelter-in-place order. Read about all the resources we have available to support science learning for students at home, families, and both in- and out-of-school educators.
Learn about how the Stockton Unified School District (SUSD) worked with the Lawrence Hall of Science to create a partnership to benefit both students and teachers with high-quality field trip experiences.
On January 20th, starting at 6:30 p.m., Bay Area residents will have a front row seat to a total eclipse of the Moon. Read on to learn about the best way to view this lunar spectacle.
The Lawrence Hall of Science, along with a number of other researchers and educational partners, has earned special recognition from the U.S. Congress for its role in education and public outreach around NASA's Kepler mission. Hear from Berkeley scientists and Hall staff members about what this recognition means.