Then & now

Over the past 150 years, Berkeley Engineering has created a legacy of innovation and public service.

Current photos by Noah Berger | Historical photo courtesy the Bancroft Library

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Universities and the digital transformation of society

Dean S. Shankar Sastry considers Berkeley’s role during this age of artificial intelligence, cloud computing and the Internet of Things.

A new phase array radar installation in Midland, Texas

Space mapping

LeoLabs’ radar technology tracks space debris and determines if it is hazardous to satellites or other spacecraft.

Tanisha Randhawa with insole prototypes

Out of the GAIT

Students in the Fung Fellowship are building digital health technologies to meet the challenges of aging.