Lawrence Hall of Science volunteer Mary Thompson, who works primarily in the Ingenuity Lab, recently surpassed 1,000 hours of volunteer service. Learn more about her background in science and everything she does for the Hall.
An educator for the Hall's East Bay Academy for Young Scientists (EBAYS) recently traveled to Kyrgyzstan as part of the U.S. State Department's TechWomen program. Learn more about the program and her important mentorship.
On Friday, March 3, students from KIPP Bridge Charter School in Oakland enjoyed a visit to the Lawrence Hall of Science, courtesy of ABD and the Golden State Warriors' Learning Without Limits program. Read about the Warriors' program and the fun, special activities in which the students took part!
The Learning Design Group at the Lawrence Hall of Science has developed a curriculum that integrates literacy and science knowledge for young English learners. Discover how uniting these subjects can lead to increased ability and understanding in both reading and science.
On January 29, the Hall opened Water's Extreme Journey, a new exhibit and interactive maze that explores the science of the water cycle. Get a behind-the-scenes look at how our expert staff put it all together!
On January 24, the Hall hosted a benefit event entitled "Innovations & Inspirations." Read more about the event, and about our vision for a new Biotech Learning Lab at the Lawrence Hall of Science.
We pledge to continue our pursuit of our critical mission. Read a special Inauguration Day message from the Hall's director.
On November 17, the Hall participated in the Big Give, UC Berkeley's annual 24-hour fundraising blitz. Learn more about the big impact our supporters made by donating to our core mission!