06/07/21 — Gifts will support construction of the Gateway, the planned hub for collaborative data science and computing education and research, and the creation of two new faculty positions
06/07/21 Berkeley Lab — Joint study led by nuclear engineering's Rebecca Abergel maps potential toxicity of lanthanide metals used in medicine, electronics
06/02/21 Forbes — How seven Berkeley artificial intelligence engineers who didn't want to make a cent are now worth billions
05/28/21 Light the Way — $5 million from Freada Kapor Klein and Mitch Kapor will fund scholarships for marginalized populations, to help science and technology “look like America”
05/25/21 — Chenming Hu, Tsu-Jae King Liu and Leon Chua share insights from their lives and careers
05/21/21 — The prestigious honor, one of the highest given by UC Berkeley, recognizes achievements that exceed the standards of excellence
05/17/21 — Atomically thin semiconductor could be game-changing alternative to silicon
05/17/21 — Alvin Cheung, Somayeh Sojoudi and Grace Gu to receive highly competitive grants to support their early-career research.
05/13/21 — Professor Dan Klein and his Berkeley Natural Language Processing Group helped a computer win the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament
05/13/21 — Civil engineer and CalNerd Jose Magana, uprooted from his life in El Salvador, overcame arduous life experiences to graduate from Berkeley
05/11/21 — Bakar BioEnginuity Hub will rent space to science-based startups, and provide campus programs for scholars and researchers
05/10/21 — With full-ride fellowship offers from Stanford and MIT, electrical engineer Leyla Kabuli is sticking with Berkeley.
05/06/21 — Jordan is among 10 foreign members, 52 fellows and one honorary fellow elected to the academy.
05/03/21 New York Times — Real scalpels, artificial intelligence — what could go wrong? That's what the researchers and doctors in Ken Goldberg's lab aim to find out.
04/29/21 Berkeley Lab — Technology developed by Ashok Gadgil's team shows a big drop in infant mortality in Rwanda hospitals
04/28/21 Washington Post — “The deck is stacked against people of color,” says civil and environmental engineering assistant professor Joshua Apte
04/27/21 — Nine engineering teaching groups were honored for innovations in remote instruction
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 — A wearable device that uses biosensors and AI can recognize hand gestures based on electrical signals detected in the forearm.
04/26/21 — Thirty-two students will be among the group completing dual bachelor’s degrees in engineering and business in just four years.