06/25/20 — Long, membranous microtentacles help tumor cells work their way through brain tissue
06/25/20 — World's thinnest, most efficient flat lens delivers focal power over broad band of light
06/24/20 — Samples from a single collection station can reveal clues to how the SARS-CoV-2 virus is circulating in communities
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
06/22/20 Berkeley Lab — High-tech imaging of carp scales by Berkeley materials scientists reveals remarkable properties that could lead to advanced synthetic materials
06/15/20 — A new study led bu bioengineering professor Irina Conboy suggests that plasma exchange could be the key to unlocking the body’s regenerative capacities
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
04/29/20 — Ramesh has created nanosized materials that can power small electrical devices with minimal amounts of energy
04/29/20 — BCNM will officially move to the college on July 1
04/24/20 — Rebecca Abergel, Paul Adams, and Adam Arkin are overseeing projects designed to boost coronavirus diagnostic technology
04/22/20 — A team of researchers have managed to grow ultra-thin material on silicon that can power small electronic devices
04/16/20 — Hany Farid is conducting a major survey of people to see how much they believe conspiracies about COVID-19
04/14/20 — New research refutes reports that Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is dying.
04/14/20 — Researchers have created a synthetic material that is as effective as naturally occurring proteins in transporting molecules through membranes.
04/14/20 — A study has determined exactly what makes the scales of the Amazonian freshwater fish, Arapaima gigas, so tough.
04/14/20 — A new flexible, wearable device that can sense motion and give haptic feedback has applications for AR/VR technologies.
04/14/20 — Bats have synchronized brain activity when engaging in social behaviors, such as grooming, fighting or sniffing each other, according to a new study.
04/14/20 — Researchers have shown that heat energy, in the form of molecular vibrations, can travel across a few hundred nanometers of a complete vacuum.
04/14/20 — Using a type of deep learning known as a fully convolutional neural network, a new computer algorithm can recognize abnormal CT scans.