Founded in 1931, Berkeley Lab advances fundamental science that enables solutions for energy and environment challenges while developing new tools for scientific discovery. Its research areas are Biosciences, Computer Sciences, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Energy Sciences, and Physical Sciences. Berkeley Lab is a member of the national laboratory system of the United State and is associated with the University of California. Berkeley campus is located on a 200-acre campus in the hills and employs nearly 4,200 scientists, engineers, and staff. 13 scientists of Berkeley Lab have won the Nobel Prize whereas thirteen scientists have won the National Medal of Science. Atop, the company’s Fifty-seven scientists become members of the National Academy of Sciences. Eighteen engineers have been elected for the National Academy of Engineering, and three scientists have been elected for the Institute of Medicine. Berkeley Lab has trained many science and engineering students for advancing technological innovations throughout the nation and across the world.