11/29/22 — His work contributed to the rapid growth of the tech industry
11/07/22 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
11/07/22 — Updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
10/19/22 — CDSS: The list honors trailblazing early-career scientists and engineers who are tackling pressing challenges with innovative solutions
09/15/22 — Berkeley researchers find that plasmapheresis could advance our understanding of human aging, inform treatment of age-related diseases
09/08/22 — New Yorker: The EECS professor says proposed California Math Framework could worsen disparities in STEM
08/01/22 — UC Berkeley materials scientist and physicist will assume post Aug. 15
07/05/22 — Using data from the 2018 Camp Fire, civil engineering researchers identify ways to improve experimental smoke prediction tool
06/30/22 — Mechanical engineering professor since 1992, O'Reilly will be responsible for supporting teaching, learning and undergraduate discovery
06/23/22 — Credited with spearheading the self-driving car revolution in the 1990s, Varaiya brought an economist's grounding to research on the internet, energy and transportation systems and urban environments
05/16/22 — Pister, a structural engineering professor who devoted more than 70 years to the university, to higher education and to expanding educational opportunities for students from kindergarten to graduate school, was 96.
04/15/22 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
04/15/22 — Updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
04/15/22 — EECS professor sits down with top experts and entrepreneurs for “The Robot Brains Podcast.”
04/14/22 — New research shows no negative impact on children's digestive bacteria from chlorinated drinking water
03/18/22 — Professor Pieter Abbeel has launched “The Robot Brains Podcast,” featuring discussions with leading AI experts and entrepreneurs.
02/28/22 — Berkeley bioengineering professor will help lead Chan Zuckerberg group's efforts to advance technologies to observe, measure, and analyze human biology in action
02/11/22 — A $200 vinyl cutter can replace a multistep clean room technique to churn out the prototypes researchers need to rapidly test new stretchable sensors.
02/03/22 — Koshland, the Wood-Calvert Professor in Engineering, has held many senior positions in her 38 years at Berkeley, culminating in her current service as interim executive vice chancellor and provost.
12/13/21 — The founding faculty director and chief scientist of Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology to remain in current position until June 2022.