The Lawrence Hall of Science
The public science center of the University of California, Berkeley.
10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Closed December 24 & 25
We’ll bring our science programs to you.
We partner with school districts to support science learning. We offer district-wide elementary, middle, and high school programs, either virtually or in-person.
We collaborate with a range of partners to innovate in science education. Together, we go further.
If you attended the Innovations & Inspirations: The Future of Food benefit event on Thursday, November 9 and made a pledge during our Fund the Future appeal, THANK YOU.
You can pay your pledge:
Online: Global Issues fund page on Give to Berkeley
By check: Mail your check, made payable to the UC Berkeley Foundation, with a note in the memo field that your donation is to support the Lawrence Hall of Science Global Issues Fund, to:
The Lawrence Hall of ScienceAttn: Development Department1 Centennial Drive #5200Berkeley, CA 94720-5200
With a donor-advised fund or stock gift: Contact Duran Reyes – firstname.lastname@example.org
Your gift will be recorded to the Lawrence Hall of Science Global Issues Fund, and you will receive a receipt for your fully tax-deductible gift via postal mail from UC Berkeley
As UC Berkeley’s public science center, we seek to inspire people with cutting-edge research, exciting discoveries, and transformative innovations; engage people in learning, evidence-based thinking, scientific pursuits, and dialogue; and catalyze them to take actions in service of the greater good.
As part of our work to transform science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, we create experiences that demonstrate that we can explore, investigate, discover, and invent our way through challenges with global implications.
One such challenge: feeding a hungry world. Gifts to this fund will support exhibits and programs at The Lawrence on the future of food, showcasing the many voices contributing to global food solutions, from farms, laboratories, and communities. Our exploration of the future of food will serve as a model for exhibitions yet to come that will explore other STEM issues with global implications.