The Berkeley Lab logo represents a distinguished level of professionalism and should appear on all communications materials and related items.
The symbol in our logo depicts two iconic campus structures: the Advanced Light Source at Berkeley Lab and the Campanile at the University of California. This juxtaposition of familiar architectural icons symbolize and establish the unity of these institutions into one entity known as Berkeley Lab (a reduction of the longer, official, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory). The iconic buildings in our symbol represent the solid foundation on which we are built.
Combined with our logotype, the logo exemplifies the heritage and strength of our organization.
Please download and review Berkeley Lab’s Visual Brand Guidelines for detailed information on acceptable logo usage, typography, and color.
Use of the Berkeley Lab logo is subject to review. If you have questions about proper application and usage, please contact us.
Our logo is comprised of two components—the symbol and the logotype. These components form the visual expression of our identity.
The preferred logo (shown here)—without the tagline—should be used on all internal and external communication whenever possible.
The logo has been carefully drawn and proportioned and should never be altered in any way.
The logo without the tagline is the preferred configuration. It’s always used for internal communications and whenever space allows.
The logo with the tagline (shown below) adds a third component and positions our tagline, “Bringing Science to the World,” below the logotype. The tagline configuration is for all external or public communications such as scientific posters and presentations.
The vertical logo combines the logotype with the symbol for a more compact configuration. This logo is for use only in space restricted applications.
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