September 2022 Newsletter
Welcome back after WFH and from well-deserved summer breaks!
The Wareham team is delighted to see more of our tenant teams returning to their offices and labs full-time. We've been holding more in-person networking events and are looking forward to ramping that up this fall.

In July, we hosted a great event with Biocom California. It was wonderful to see colleagues from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Ligand, Climax Foods, Kyverna Therapeutics, 4D Molecular Therapeutics, Eureka Therapeutics, Perfect Day, Canventa, Berkeley Lights, MycoWorks, and Bolt Threads. Everyone loved the food and drink from The Bureau 510 and Sam Johnson's incredible "California Blend" guitar.
The in-person EmeryStation Speaker Series resumed in July with free boxed lunches and great speakers.

Mike Blank, Founder of Redwood Biosciences and General Manager of Catalent Emeryville,
whose presentations are always most informative and entertaining was the perfect kickoff.

If your team would like to jump on the opportunity, email asap to schedule at either our EmeryStation or Aquatic Park Research Campus.
Hold October 12 for our event with the Berkeley Startup Cluster.
New art installations.
We've recently added even more new pieces and will be installing a new sculpture in the coming weeks. We hope you find as much enjoyment and inspiration as we do from all the art within our campuses.
"Imagine" by Chris Lattanzio is a 10'x15' resin and Fiberglass sculpture to be installed at our Aquatic Park Research Center in October. Its inspiration is from John Lennon and imagines a world of peace.
"Fluctuation," a kinetic sculpture by John Tyler can be seen at the sculpture garden we've created at 6121 Hollis Street at EmeryStation. Watch and contemplate as the wind moves the blades.
These doves, also by Chris Lattanzio, are getting a lot of attention across the street from Branch Line Pub on 59th Street at our 5915 Hollis Street building.
Restaurants serving our campuses and cities.
Please continue to support these popular and loved restaurants serving our campuses and cities.
Check out their websites, call, or order from your favorite restaurant app. Many of them cater your lunches and meetings as well.
Remember to take advantage of these other campus amenities.
Conference rooms to reserve, fitness centers, bike parking and bike repair stations, pockets parks, art, and gardens may be found throughout our campuses. Watch for news of a new EmeryStation conference center this fall.
And did we mention that we love bikes!
What Else You Need to Know
Congratulations to Squishy Robotics on their 2022 East Bay Innovation Award in Engineering!

The cities of Emeryville, Berkeley and Richmond are all hosting coastal cleanup events the weekend of September 17. Check out their website for more information.

The 35h Annual Emeryville Celebration of the Arts Exhibit runs the entire month of October and is being held this year at the Public Market. NOT TO MISS!

Scientific Adventures for Girls has fabulous volunteer and mentoring opportunities!
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