02/13/24 — New insights may advance motion and path planning for spherical robots
02/06/24 — The election of Arpad Horvath, Ravi Prasher and Ion Stoica to the National Academy of Engineering brings the number of engineering faculty members in the NAE to 75
01/10/24 — Researchers aim to create a fleet of low-cost, autonomous spacecraft propelled by light particles
12/19/23 — SFGATE: Berkeley researchers used billions of simulations and reinforcement learning to teach the robot how to move
12/12/23 — Ashok Gadgil and Boris Rubinsky receive highest professional distinction awarded solely to inventors
12/05/23 — Mechanical engineering professor Oliver O’Reilly’s seminar is a "Tour de Cal Rowing"
11/08/23 — Berkeley Lab: Scientists, led by Berkeley engineer Ting Xu, have developed multipurpose, recyclable nanosheets for electronics, energy storage, and health and safety applications
11/06/23 — A new technique for fog harvesting could provide millions of people with access to safe drinking water.
11/06/23 — Technology developed by Berkeley engineers has been used to cryopreserve and revive entire coral fragments.
10/31/23 — Innovation may lead to novel applications in precision measurement, biological imaging and environmental monitoring
10/10/23 — Innovative approach can create everyday products with novel mechanical properties
10/02/23 — LLNL: Assistant professor of mechanical engineering to receive $1M as part of LLNL, University of California partnership for AI-driven additive manufacturing research
09/22/23 — Daily Cal: Statue of Berkeley engineer Joseph Thomas Gier, UC system's first tenured Black professor, unveiled in Blum Hall courtyard
Berkeley engineers partner with Siemens Energy on $3.7M DOE project to explore direct air capture for carbon sequestration
09/07/23 — Nationwide project intends to advance research in climate change mitigation
08/23/23 — Smithsonian: Successfully cooling and thawing coral fragments key to global conservation milestone for vanishing coral reefs
08/21/23 — Washington Post: Large wildfires are happening more often because the hazards that trigger them — dry conditions, strong winds, plenty of stuff to burn — are becoming more common, says Michael Gollner, head of Berkeley's Fire Research Lab
08/17/23 — Nanoengineered meshes powered by sunlight work continuously to collect water and remove pollutants
07/10/23 — New approach reduces charging time to 15 minutes, opening the door to wider adoption of EVs
05/24/23 — Hannah Stuart and Grigory Tikhomirov recognized for research with real-world impact
05/17/23 — Researchers measured the highest toughness of any material ever while studying an alloy made of chromium, cobalt and nickel.