10/23/20 — A compound in Chilean soapbark trees is a key ingredient in a COVID-19 vaccine; Ricardo San Martin wants to ensure that the bark is sustainably harvested.
10/20/20 — By stacking sheets of graphene on top of each other and twisting them, researchers have converted a common linear material into one with nonlinear optical capabilities crucial to everyday technology.
10/20/20 Daily Cal — Berkeley Engineering faculty go to great lengths to create engaging remote lectures.
10/13/20 — The team built octet lattices out of polymer, creating a novel way to reinforce concrete
09/30/20 — UC Berkeley and its College of Engineering ranked first and second in two new rankings by Pitchbook and Grad School Hub.
09/28/20 — Five new faculty members are joining the College of Engineering as faculty fellows, with ample funding to equip labs, hire graduate students and get their research projects up and running.
09/23/20 — Graduate students from bioengineering, computer science and energy science are among more than 90 selected worldwide.
09/16/20 — Associate EECS professor is a pioneer in topological light sources and lasers
09/14/20 — Latest U.S. News & World Report national rankings lift Berkeley into a tie with Stanford
09/01/20 — New Foundations of Data Science Institute, funded by NSF, to include 20 UC Berkeley faculty across multiple disciplines
08/26/20 — Campus expertise in simulation technologies will play a key role in the new AI Institute for Next Generation Food Systems
08/26/20 — White's work on acoustic properties at the micro-scale contributed to the development of ever-smaller sensors and semiconductors.
08/26/20 — In 1970, Berkeley Engineering students envisioned low-emission cars of the future
08/25/20 CDSS — EECS professors to head five-year, multi-institution research project funded by NSF, Simons Foundation
08/19/20 Berkeley Lab — New material could ultimately combine the efficiency and robustness of capacitors with the energy storage capabilities of larger-scale batteries for use in consumer electronics.
08/19/20 Popular Science — Our grid is outdated, run down and vulnerable to climate change, says Berkeley electrical engineer Alexandra von Meier; microgrids are one potential solution
08/13/20 — The award brings the Simons Foundation's support of the institute, launched in 2012, to nearly $100 million.
08/11/20 — Berkeley civil engineers Robert Bea and William Ibbs weigh in on cascading problems with a massive Madera County bridge over the planned route of the state's much-delayed bullet train
08/05/20 — MSE professor's pioneering use of data-driven methodologies for materials discovery is spurring a new age of innovation
08/04/20 — The Advanced Technologies for the Preservation of Biological Systems (ATP-Bio) center could dramatically expand organ transplant options