Our mission is to partner with institutions of learning, foundations, government and industry, in the United States and abroad to create centers of research in foundational sciences to address global problems and build a culture of science.
We are a team of educators and scientists who work together to provide opportunities for emerging scholars. We work to ensure that scientific research is performed without borders in a meaningful and impactful fashion through global mentoring.
Centers of Global Science are where the brightest emerging scholars from all over the world are drawn to be mentored by world-renowned scientists, earn graduate degrees, and gain unparalleled experience that will launch their scientific careers.
BERS is a global approach to science that reaches scholars from the US and abroad during their high school, undergraduate, and graduate studies. It is a program that breaks down barriers and transcends traditional boundaries.
The Berkeley Global Science Institute regularly organizes and hosts international symposia, workshops, and schools in order to provide educational and professional development as well as to grow the global science network.
Resources for understanding the underlying structures of reticular materials and databases for naming and numbering all classes of reticular materials. These resources form the basis of the NetCentre, which is a collaboration between Arizona State University, Australian National University, Technische Universitat Berlin, and UC Berkeley.