11/05/20 — Updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
11/05/20 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering alumni and faculty.
11/05/20 — Professor emerita Fiona Doyle discusses her experiences as a woman in the field of engineering.
10/23/20 — A compound in Chilean soapbark trees is a key ingredient in a COVID-19 vaccine; Ricardo San Martin wants to ensure that the bark is sustainably harvested.
10/20/20 — By stacking sheets of graphene on top of each other and twisting them, researchers have converted a common linear material into one with nonlinear optical capabilities crucial to everyday technology.
10/20/20 Daily Cal — Berkeley Engineering faculty go to great lengths to create engaging remote lectures.
10/13/20 — The team built octet lattices out of polymer, creating a novel way to reinforce concrete
09/28/20 — Five new faculty members are joining the College of Engineering as faculty fellows, with ample funding to equip labs, hire graduate students and get their research projects up and running.
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