Companies and other organizations can partner with Energy Sciences researchers through a variety of mechanisms. Information about the formal partnership vehicles available can be found on Berkeley Lab’s Strategic Partnerships Office website.
The ALS and the Molecular Foundry operate large-scale DOE Office of Science User Facilities, which attract thousands of researchers from the external scientific community each year.
The ASPIRES (Advancing STEM Pioneers In Research in Energy Sciences) summer internship program provides undergraduate students with an opportunity to immerse themselves in our world-renowned, collaborative environment. A partnership between Energy Sciences and California State University, East Bay (CSUEB), the program gives students valuable experience working alongside and shadowing scientific and operational staff.
Looking for your next career step? Check out current openings in Energy Sciences.