06/29/21 Berkeley Lab — 3D-grown material designed by Berkeley researchers could speed up production of new technologies for smart buildings and robotics
06/25/21 — EECS professor Randy Katz, vice chancellor for research, and former Berkeley Lab director and U.S. energy secretary Steven Chu will take part in a livestreamed June 30 congressional roundtable on ethnic profiling of Chinese American scientists
06/25/21 School of Public Health — A paper co-authored by IEOR associate professor Anil Aswani showed that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program recipients who had more available time were able to prepare higher quality meals
06/07/21 Berkeley Lab — Joint study led by nuclear engineering's Rebecca Abergel maps potential toxicity of lanthanide metals used in medicine, electronics
05/17/21 — Atomically thin semiconductor could be game-changing alternative to silicon
05/11/21 — Bakar BioEnginuity Hub will rent space to science-based startups, and provide campus programs for scholars and researchers
04/28/21 Washington Post — “The deck is stacked against people of color,” says civil and environmental engineering assistant professor Joshua Apte
04/26/21 — New research could lead to advanced cancer treatments as well as a better understanding of a little-known element.
04/26/21 — By stacking and twisting graphene layers, researchers have converted a linear material into one with non-linear capabilities crucial to technology.
04/26/21 — Bioengineers have created a microfluidic platform that can be used to unravel and image lengthy strands of DNA.
04/21/21 — Ting Xu's lab has embedded polymer-eating enzymes in plastic to allow programmed degradation after the plastic's useful life is over
04/05/21 — New study demonstrates platform's ability to detect single-point mutation without DNA amplification
03/24/21 Berkeley Lab — Heavy elements and a really powerful microscope help scientists map uncharted paths toward new materials and cancer therapies
03/15/21 — The at-will control over the behavior of single photons is key to developing optical quantum gates.
02/25/21 — Berkeley engineers demonstrate new method of harnessing properties of lightwaves, enabling dramatic increase in the amount of data carried
02/16/21 — This is the consortium's third five-year, $25 million grant, allowing it to continue its mission of educating nuclear scientists and advancing nuclear technologies.
02/10/21 — Engineers build the most sensitive detector yet for spotting subatomic particles called axions
12/21/20 — The armband, which combines wearable biosensors with artificial intelligence, could be used to control prosthetics or interact with electronic devices
12/17/20 — New catalytic process can stick polyethylene to metal or other materials, potentially boosting the economics of recycling
12/14/20 Berkeley Lab — Methods from team led by nuclear engineering assistant professor Rebecca Abergel could lead to systems for both diagnosing and treating cancer in real time