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Water running into a street drain

Super sand

04/14/20 — Engineers have developed a mineral-coated sand that can soak up toxic metals from water, cleaning up stormwater as it replenishes aquifers.

New & noteworthy

04/14/20 — Updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.

Farewell

04/14/20 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.

Farewell

10/25/19 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering faculty and alumni.

New & noteworthy

10/25/19 — Class notes and other updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni and faculty.

New & noteworthy

05/01/19 — Class notes and other updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni and faculty.

Farewell

05/01/19 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering faculty and alumni

Activism 2.0: Coding against sex trafficking

01/30/19 — UC Berkeley's ongoing video series on the intersection of social activism and technology profiles recent CS doctoral graduate Rebecca Sorla Portnoff, who uses her computer security know-how to help catch sex traffickers.

New & noteworthy

11/14/18 — Class notes and other updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni and faculty.
Alessandro Chiesa, Chelsea Finn and John Schulman

Three named as top young innovators

11/14/18 — Alessandro Chiesa, Chelsea Finn and John Schulman were recognized on MIT Technology Review's list of “35 Innovators Under 35.”

Farewell

11/14/18 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering faculty and alumni
George Crow and the Mac team

The art of innovation

08/23/18 California magazine — It's been a long, strange trip for George Crow (B.S.'66 EE), from proofreading textbooks for his Berkeley professors in the sixties to developing the original, groundbreaking Apple Macintosh computer (and its many offspring) with Steve Jobs and the Mac team.
Bill Baker on the grounds of the future Berkeley Lab

Remembering Bill Baker, Berkeley Lab’s first electrical engineer

07/24/18 Berkeley Lab — Berkeley Engineering alumnus William R. “Bill” Baker, who died May 4 at age 103, was a lifelong engineer with an unrelenting mind, boundless ingenuity and dozens of patents to his credit. He was the first electrical engineer hired by Ernest O. Lawrence for what would eventually become Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.