Young Berkeley engineers recognized as innovators, humanitarians
8/20/2014 MIT Technology Review - An EECS post-doc and two Berkeley Engineering alumni are named to the 2014 MIT Technology Review “35 Innovators Under 35” list. All three are part of the humanitarian category. Post-doc Kurtis...
Capstone team takes 2nd in ASME Undergraduate Design Competition
8/14/2014 - A team of students in the Fall 2013 Bioengineering Senior Capstone Design course have won Second Place in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Undergraduate Design Competition this summer.
New tool makes a single picture worth a thousand – and more – images
8/14/2014 - New software developed by UC Berkeley computer scientists seeks to tame the growing sea of visual data by generating an "average" photo that can represent many thousands of related images.
Giving her all in the lab, on the field
8/14/2014 - Dr. Christine Leon Swisher (Ph.D.'14 BioE) talks about juggling her passions for science and dance, simultaneously pursuing a PhD and dancing with the 49ers Gold Rush cheerleaders.
Scholars on scooters
8/13/2014 - Students zip around campus on electric scooters while learning about energy, transportation and vehicle-to-grid systems in a new civil engineering class.
Antimalarial drug based on Berkeley technology shipped to Africa
8/13/2014 Berkeley Lab - The road from lab bench to market can be long, but UC Berkeley's Jay Keasling has been patient. Thirteen years after he discovered how to make an antimalarial drug in microbes, the product - the...
What cars did for today’s world, data may do for tomorrow’s
8/12/2014 New York Times - Berkeley's AMP Lab, created two years ago for research into new kinds of large-scale computing, has become a key part of the world-changing ecosystem of digital hardware and software, spinning out...
Design innovation at Berkeley Engineering
8/11/2014 - This slide show tells the story of the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation’s first year.
Berkeley Engineering launches Girls in Engineering summer camp
8/8/2014 - STEM fields come to life for East Bay middle schoolers at summer camp.
Bottling up sound waves
8/7/2014 Berkeley Lab - Berkeley Lab researchers, led by Berkeley Engineering materials science professor Xiang Zhang, have developed a technique for generating self-bending acoustic bottle beams that hold promise for...
Re-writing Genomes: A New Era in Genome Engineering
2014-08-25 - A one-day symposium hosted by QB3-Berkeley and the Innovative Genomics Initiative
New Media Fall Open House
Engineering/Tech Career Conference