12/09/22 — Magazine cites Ph.D. candidate Jiachen Li for work on an all-season, smart-roof coating, and MEng alumna Alison Burklund of Nanopath for diagnostics that speed treatment of pelvic and gynecologic infections
12/08/22 — Professor Lydia Sohn’s microfluidic device may help solve some of the most complex mysteries in cell biology.
11/07/22 — Researchers have found that water chlorination does not negatively impact the gut microbiome of children.
09/21/22 — Berkeley engineers have created a simple, low-cost arsenic treatment system to help low-income communities access safer water (With video)
09/15/22 — Berkeley researchers find that plasmapheresis could advance our understanding of human aging, inform treatment of age-related diseases
08/17/22 — MTM alum advances medical technologies with two startups
08/08/22 — New Scientist: The findings, published in Nature Metabolism, suggest that cellular aging isn't just a matter of wear and tear
07/26/22 — Findings may lead to targeted treatments
04/26/22 — In honor of Earth Day, students from professor Tina Chow's CE 105 class joined with Edison High School to build and distribute air purifiers to the south Stockton community
04/15/22 — A study has found that the use of online databases could introduce bias into AI algorithms developed for medical imaging.
04/15/22 — A study has found a strong association between present-day air pollution levels and historical patterns of redlining.
04/15/22 — Using a novel method to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus, researchers worked with public agencies to monitor infection levels in local wastewater samples.
04/14/22 — New research shows no negative impact on children's digestive bacteria from chlorinated drinking water
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.
12/21/21 — Patrick Hsu, Berkeley assistant professor of bioengineering, and Silvana Konermann, Stanford assistant professor of biochemistry, are founding researchers of a new institute that aims to accelerate breakthroughs in complex diseases.
12/09/21 — ABC7 News: A team led by Kara Nelson, professor of civil and environmental engineering, has identified the COVID-19 variant in samples of sewage from two California sites, one of them in the Bay Area.
11/15/21 — We’ve launched the Health Technologies Collaborative Lab to develop devices and systems that transform the way healthcare is managed and delivered.
11/15/21 — A method that uses a common machine learning algorithm can help detect cancer from a simple blood test, well before the first symptoms are present.
11/15/21 — Researchers have developed a low-cost, non-electric, reusable warming device that can reduce infant mortality rates.
11/15/21 — Using a method called isochoric supercooling, researchers revived human heart tissue after it had been preserved in a subfreezing state for days.