Celebrate Science!

Science at Cal brings the wonders of STEM research at UC Berkeley to the community. Join our mailing list for updates on public events and programs!

 

Bay Area Science Festival - October 26 - November 3

 

 

Bay Area Science Festival

October 26th – November 3rd, 2018

The Bay Area Science Festival returns this fall to inspire and engage the public with the science and technology that surrounds us. Join Science at Cal for numerous talks and tours throughout the festival, on campus and off! 

Check out Science at Cal events featuring UC Berkeley scientists and researchers

Visit bayareasciencefestival.org for the full schedule of regional events

See you at the festival! 

 

On March 23, 1868, the University of California was born. And Berkeley, its first campus, is today the most distinguished public university in the history of higher education. Guided by the motto Fiat Lux, our duty is to bring new knowledge to light … to illuminate solutions for bettering the human condition … to be a beacon of opportunity for promising young minds and top faculty. Throughout 2018, let’s celebrate 150 years of light — and project that light forward for another 150 years.

We create opportunities for the UC Berkeley Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) research community to share the wonder, excitement and relevance of their research with public audiences. Accessibility, inclusiveness, creativity and innovation are hallmarks of Science at Cal events, which reach tens of thousands of people annually.

Join us!

  • Monthly, free lectures and science cafes with leading researchers in fields from Astronomy to Zoology
  • Hands-on science learning at numerous community events
  • Partnerships with community-based organizations and educational institutions to impact science learning around the Bay Area.

Stay up to date! Join our Mailing List for news about upcoming events!

Help support Science at Cal! Your donation helps us create new and exciting programs.

Thank you!  

150 Years of Light