Adams Appointed ALD for Biosciences
Mukhopadhyay Named AAAS Fellow
Adams and Keasling Receive DOE Secretary’s Honor Award
A Machine Learning Pipeline for Interpreting Large Tomography Datasets
Whip It: Novel Liquid Jet Makes Droplets March to the Beat
Enabled by Berkeley Lab’s world-class user facilities and complementary research programs, our scientists and engineers contribute groundbreaking discoveries and innovative solutions to complex scientific and societal challenges.
We advance biological science relevant to national-scale challenges in energy, environment, health, biomanufacturing, and technology development.
We collaborate across disciplines to develop innovative solutions that arise from a diversity of thought, approaches, experiences, and roles.
Divisions & User Facility
Biological Systems & Engineering (BSE)
BSE investigators lead efforts that combine the power of biology with the tools of engineering to advance sustainable energy, develop biomanufacturing solutions, and improve human health.
Environmental Genomics & Systems Biology (EGSB)
Scientists in EGSB aim to link genome biology to ecosystem dynamics. They develop systems-level models using genomics, integrated molecular observation, controlled manipulation of model organisms, and data science.
Molecular Biophysics & Integrated Bioimaging (MBIB)
MBIB researchers generate a predictive and mechanistic understanding of biological processes. Their goal is to harness basic cellular functions to solve national challenges in energy, environment, health, and biomanufacturing.
DOE Joint Genome Institute (JGI)
JGI is a DOE National User Facility that provides genomic science services to researchers around the globe. Through their user support and discovery science, JGI researchers further DOE missions related to clean energy and environment.