The Biosciences Communications team collaborates with staff to:
Promote the Area and raise its profile;
Communicate staff’s scientific discoveries and innovations;
Share Biosciences-related information of interest, both externally and internally; and
Create communications synergies with internal and external partners.
A subset of this larger group, the Biosciences Operations at Berkeley BSBK Communications team consists of Biosciences Lead Communications Coordinator Lida Gifford; Greta Lorge, science writer/editor; and Ashleigh Papp, & Maritte O'Gallagher communications specialists.
The objectives of the team are outlined on the Biosciences Area web page “How to Work with the Biosciences Communications Team.” There, a set of guidelines is laid out to inform people in the Area about how they can collaborate with the team.
The Biosciences Communications team can be reached at Bioscicomms@lbl.gov.
Building 33 is home to research groups in the Biosciences, Energy Sciences, and Energy Technologies Areas. The television monitors on the 1st and 2nd floor are regularly updated with highlight slides covering these groups and events of their interest. To contribute monitor content, submit this Google form; for questions, email Maritte O'Gallagher.
The 717 Potter Street location (aka Aquatic Park) is home to research groups in the Biological Systems and Engineering and Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology Divisions, the Biosciences Area Office, and the Cyclotron Road Division of the Energy Technologies Area. The television monitor in the lobby is regularly updated with highlight slides covering these groups and items of interest. To contribute monitor content, please submit this Google form. Email Maritte O'Gallagher with questions.