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Today

Noon
Environmental Energy Technologies
Challenges of Energy Simulation for Sustainable Buildings

Tianzhen Hong, Architectural Energy Corporation
Bldg. 90-3122

Noon
Dance Club
Fox Trot Lesson

Bldg. 51 Lobby

Noon
Yoga Club
Class with Inna Belogolovsky
Bldg. 70-191

3:45 p.m.
Nuclear Engineering
Nuclear Applications in the Oil Industry

Brad Roscoe, Schlumberger- Doll Research
3105 Etcheverry Hall (campus)


Tomorrow

11 a.m.
Chemistry Department
Coenzyme A and Natural Product Biosynthesis
Michael Burkart, UC San Diego
120 Latimer Hall (campus)

4 p.m.
Chemistry Department
Nanocrystal Derived Solar Cells
Paul Alivisatos
120 Latimer Hall (campus)

5:30 p.m.
Water Resources Center Archives
Confluence, Confusion, or Catastrophe: Prospects for Ending the Delta Stalemate
John Cain, Natural Heritage Institute
112 Wurster Hall

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Breakfast: Roasted Veggie and Swiss Omelet  with Hash Browns
Tomorrow's Breakfast: Pineapple Pancakes with Canadian Bacon
Pizza: Antipasto
Grill: Blue Cheese Burger with Carmelized Onions
Cultural Cuisines: Pasta Bar with Choice of Sauce, Salad and Garlic Bread
Deli: Turkey Pastrami Reuben with Swiss and Sauerkraut
Carvery: Sweet and Sour Chicken

B'fast: 6:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Lunch: 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Full menu
 
IN THE NEWS

EETD's Amy Callis with stoves

Darfur Stove Project
Airs on Local Station

Publicity continues for Berkeley Lab scientists' effort to provide Darfur refugees with more efficient cook stoves, which mean both safety and economy for the struggling Africans. Thursday night's KGO-TV (ABC) news report included a 3 1/2-minute segment on the stoves project and featured lead inventor Ashok Gadgil of Environmental Energy Technologies and designer Ken Chow of Engineering. Go here to read the report and activate a video link.

ANNOUNCEMENTS


Deadlines, Resources
For '07 Fiscal Close

With the end of the fiscal year only a few weeks away, division finance and business management are working hard to meet fiscal close deadlines. Communications aimed at this group includes e-mails, details on the BLIS and IRIS portals, and voice recordings announcing the status of accounting activity and financial reports. Stay tuned for future articles in Today at Berkeley Lab for fiscal close updates. Go here to view a list of deadlines, and here for additional information on fiscal close.

Memorial for Daniel
Koshland Planned

Friends and colleagues of famed biochemist Daniel Koshland, who passed away on July 23, are invited to attend a memorial to be held on campus on Sunday, Sept. 16. The event will begin at 4 p.m. in Zellerbach Hall. A symposium on “The Science and Wit of Daniel Koshland, Jr.” will take place prior to the service, from noon to 3 p.m., same location. More information is available here.

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PEOPLE

   
Collins
Fischer
Miller
 
Sanstad
Sathaye

State Climate Conference
Features Lab Scientists

Five Berkeley Lab scientists will speak at the fourth annual California Climate Change Conference, which takes place today through Thursday at the Sacramento Convention Center. The event is sponsored by the California Energy Commission and the California Environmental Protection Agency, and focuses on the science for managing climate change in California. Lab speakers include Bill Collins and Norm Miller of the Earth Sciences Division, and Marc Fischer, Alan Sanstad, and Jayant Sathaye of the Environmental Energy Technologies Division (EETD). Go here for more information, including an agenda and instructions on viewing the conference online.

SPECIAL EVENT


Berkeley Rep Science
Series Starts Sept. 17

Diamond

Rick Diamond, with Berkeley Lab’s Environmental Energy Technologies Division, will kick off a fall series of science lectures at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre (2025 Addison St.) on Monday, Sept. 17, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. As part of a “Reducing Our Carbon Footprint” theme, Diamond will discuss: A Low-Energy House in Berkeley, Kabul, and Washington D.C. The talk explores how a “typical” house in Berkeley can reduce carbon emissions; recent work with a non-profit organization on developing low-cost, seismically stable and energy efficient housing for Afghanistan; and ongoing efforts to reduce energy use in the U.S. House of Representatives. Go here to view a complete schedule of talks.

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