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State of the Laboratory 2001

Author: C V Shank; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Publisher: 2001.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Dr. Charles V. Shank, Director, LBNL, in his annual address to employees spoke about core activities that would be looked at in the next decade at the Berkeley Lab. His "Vision 2010" plan includes the following topical pathways: integrated computing as a tool for discovery, fundamental understanding of the universe, quantitative biology, nanoscience, and new energy systems and environmental solutions.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: C V Shank; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
OCLC Number: 82497781
Event notes: Recorded at a colloquium held on June 11, 2001, sponsored by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Description: 1 videocassette : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS
Responsibility: Charles V. Shank.

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Dr. Charles V. Shank, Director, LBNL, in his annual address to employees spoke about core activities that would be looked at in the next decade at the Berkeley Lab. His "Vision 2010" plan includes the following topical pathways: integrated computing as a tool for discovery, fundamental understanding of the universe, quantitative biology, nanoscience, and new energy systems and environmental solutions. Astorphysicists are proposing the deployment of a satellite probe with a powerful telescope and camera to build upon the Laboratory's breakthrough discoveries about the expansion of the universe. As to the nanoworld, using the Advanced Light Source as an important tool, scientists plan to work in a moleculsr "foundry" to create and design new materials for microscopic applications. The future of the biosciences lies in its integration with the physical sciences, computing and engineering. "We need to understand the biological system at the cell level."

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