Modern-day Edison creates design innovation fund
7/27/2015 - Jack McCauley’s (B.S.’86 EECS) has been a lifelong tinkerer, inventor and modern-day Edison whose inventions have spanned several disciplines and industries.
Genes yield clues to arrival of first Americans
7/21/2015 - Statistical models, including one created by EECS and statistics associate professor Yun Song, confirm that the original Americans crossed a land bridge from Siberia in a single wave no more than 23,000 years ago, at the height of the last Ice Age.
3D-printed 'smart cap' uses electronics to sense spoiled food
7/20/2015 - UC Berkeley engineers, in collaboration with colleagues at Taiwan’s National Chiao Tung University, have expanded the range of 3D printing technology to include electrical components, successfully printing a wireless “smart cap” for a milk carton that detects signs of spoilage using embedded sensors, .
Alice Agogino: ME trailblazer
7/15/2015 Blum Center - When historians get around to investigating the trials and triumphs of women scientists in the late 20th century, they would do well to spend some time looking at the career of Alice Merner Agogino, a pioneer in mechanical engineering, development engineering and STEM gender equity.
Aug. 20, 1:30-4 p.m.
Join us as we celebrate the opening of Jacobs Hall, home of the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation at UC Berkeley. Jacobs Hall, at the corner of Ridge Road and LeRoy Avenue, is Berkeley's new hub for engineers, artists and game-changers of all kinds who love working at the intersection of design and technology.