Berkeley Engineer archive

Berkeley Engineer spring 2014 cover

Spring 2014

  • The last firewall: How secure are new implantable medical devices, brain-machine interfaces and wearable technology?
  • Engineering social justice: Alum Khalid Kadir charts a new course for engineering in an American Cultures course on social justice.
  • Water 4.0: An excerpt from Professor David Sedlak’s new book about the history of our most precious resource, and its future.


Berkeley Engineer fall 2013 cover

Fall 2013

  • Diving to the edge of darkness: A profile of alumnus Adam Wright, a builder of sleek submarines that fly underwater.
  • Creek Life: The Strawberry Creek Ecological Stabilization project is hard at work trying to restore a campus landmark. 
  • Building a super bowl: The construction site of the new 49ers stadium in Santa Clara is like a Berkeley Engineering reunion. See what they are up to.



Berkeley Engineer spring 2013 cover

Spring 2013

  • Critical making comes to campus: A new course that meshes design theory with maker energy
  • Experiential ed.: A look inside some of the college’s hands-on work spaces
  • Greening the factory floor: Smart, sustainable manufacturing



Berkeley engineer fall 2012 cover

Fall 2012

  • Within reach: Jose Carmena on meshing mind and machine
  • Precious cargo: Next-generation nanocarriers
  • Prepaid power: Smart microgrids in India



Berkeley Engineer Spring 2012 cover

Spring 2012

  • From smart dust to smart rooms
  • Winging it: Insights into the evolution of flight
  • Engineers without borders: Building a better world, one project at a time