09/16/20 — Associate EECS professor is a pioneer in topological light sources and lasers
08/26/20 — White's work on acoustic properties at the micro-scale contributed to the development of ever-smaller sensors and semiconductors.
08/05/20 — MSE professor's pioneering use of data-driven methodologies for materials discovery is spurring a new age of innovation
07/22/20 — Four EECS professors are featured in an IEEE Spectrum article about efforts to replace Moore's Law with a better metric to measure progress in semiconductors
07/01/20 Berkeley Research — Kenichi Soga, Chancellor's Professor in civil and environmental engineering, is using fiber-optic cables to monitor structures ranging from tunnels to building foundations
06/26/20 Futurism — Digital forensics expert and EECS professor Hany Farid lays out the greatest digital threats facing the country, and how to combat them
06/24/20 — C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute announces new funding for projects
06/22/20 — Junqiao Wu, professor of material science and engineering, awarded campus's new $225,000 prize for real-world potential of his thermal-powered material transformations
05/08/20 — Kristin Persson leads the Materials Project, an open-access online database to assist scientists searching for the next big thing in batteries, solar cells, and computer chips
04/30/20 — Thanks to research led by Amy Herr, scientists can examine the crucial period when RNA molecules tell cells what they should do
04/24/20 — Rebecca Abergel, Paul Adams, and Adam Arkin are overseeing projects designed to boost coronavirus diagnostic technology
04/23/20 — Professor of energy and resources, public policy and nuclear engineering is one of 9 new Berkeley faculty members
04/22/20 — A team of researchers have managed to grow ultra-thin material on silicon that can power small electronic devices
04/16/20 — Hany Farid is conducting a major survey of people to see how much they believe conspiracies about COVID-19
04/14/20 — Researchers have created a synthetic material that is as effective as naturally occurring proteins in transporting molecules through membranes.
04/14/20 — A study has determined exactly what makes the scales of the Amazonian freshwater fish, Arapaima gigas, so tough.
04/14/20 — Updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
04/14/20 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
04/14/20 — Civil and environmental engineering professor Paulo Monteiro was elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
04/14/20 — Nuclear engineering professor Per Peterson has joined the ranks of National Academy of Engineering members.