Training future new users of the resource can start by convincing students interested in science to pursue a career in biology. The Resource provides over 100 tours each year to visiting students, teachers, scientists, scientific leaders, and other interested members of the public. These tours highlight the applications of AMS to biological problems and help inspire current and new generations of scientists. Please call the Community & External Relations Office with your tour request at (925) 422-4599.
In addition, Resource staff have an established track record in outreach; mentoring summer interns, high school and middle school teachers, and giving presentations at the local high schools, community colleges and universities. Please contact the Resource Administrator, Nanette Sorensen with your a request for a educational presentation on BioAMS.