11/30/22 — Berkeley Lab: Scientists led by Peidong Yang have developed a nature-inspired technique for converting carbon dioxide into solar fuels
11/25/22 — Professor Adam Arkin and CUBES researchers are using synthetic biology to find solutions for living on Mars — and a rapidly changing Earth.
11/07/22 — FIRE Foundry trains young adults from underrepresented communities on cutting-edge firefighting technologies.
11/07/22 — Researchers have developed a fully recyclable and biodegradable printed circuit.
10/12/22 — Clarity Movement Co., co-founded at Berkeley by CEO David Lu, is bringing real-time air quality sensing to cities around the globe, including a new network in Perth, Australia
09/21/22 — Berkeley engineers have created a simple, low-cost arsenic treatment system to help low-income communities access safer water (With video)
09/16/22 — Xu's work on plastic degradation wins recognition in the Engineering and Technology category
07/19/22 — FIRE Foundry aims to increase diversity among fire crews and accelerate the adoption of advanced firefighting technologies
07/12/22 — Chicago Tribune: CEE professor Ashok Gadgil and other frustrated scientists call for a reorientation of climate research to drive effective action and transformative change
07/05/22 — Using data from the 2018 Camp Fire, civil engineering researchers identify ways to improve experimental smoke prediction tool
06/02/22 — CDSS: The BAIR Climate Initiative aims to build partnerships and conduct groundbreaking artificial intelligence research to combat climate change
04/15/22 — The Alt: Meat Lab pairs scientific innovation with entrepreneurship to bring plant-based proteins from the classroom to the market.
04/15/22 — Tests on a smoke forecasting model from the NOAA has allowed researchers to pinpoint areas for improvement.
03/23/22 — Open science and collaboration with communities is at the heart of the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Center for Data Science and Environment
03/09/22 — Public Health: Research led by Berkeley civil engineers finds racism from the 1930s is still influencing environmental inequality today
01/27/22 — SFGate: While indicators suggest COVID-19 cases are on the decline across the Bay Area, wastewater analyzed for SARS-CoV-2 at Berkeley Engineering professor Kara Nelson's lab suggests that three areas of the region may have yet to peak.
01/21/22 — Kicking off Season 2 of the Berkeley Voices podcast, water engineer David Sedlak explains how ever-thirstier California can fight back against climate change by learning to recycle the water we use
12/20/21 — EPA: Award to support engagement and better communication of health risks of underserved and marginalized groups in California’s San Francisco Bay Area.
11/15/21 — Materials science professor Ting Xu is re-engineering plastics for the age of sustainability.
11/15/21 — On wildfire days, taking steps like closing up houses and using indoor filtration can cut the infiltration of PM2.5 particulate matter into homes by half.