05/24/22 — Berkeley Lab: Berkeley researchers show that the new material conducts heat 150% more efficiently, a result that could lead to smaller, faster computer processors
05/23/22 — CDSS: Kevin Miao came to Berkeley from the Netherlands to study biology, but an introductory data science course helped him find a different path, more confidence and new leadership skills
05/23/22 — Berkeley News: Engineers put 3D printing technology to the test for possible use on future NASA space missions
05/19/22 — Berkeley Engineering returns to in-person commencement celebrations; students reflect on the connections they've made and their commitment to service
05/16/22 — Pister, a structural engineering professor who devoted more than 70 years to the university, to higher education and to expanding educational opportunities for students from kindergarten to graduate school, was 96.
05/12/22 — Study shows bats remember flight paths, enabling precise navigation of familiar routes
05/12/22 — LA Times: In this op-ed, Dean Tsu-Jae King Liu and Associate Provost Jennifer Chayes say a proposal to change California's K-12 math framework will leave students unprepared for STEM in college.
05/11/22 — EECS associate professor wins $35,000 prize as outstanding young computer professional for her design of secure distributed systems, protecting confidentiality against attackers while maintaining full functionality
05/09/22 — Ceremony honors undergraduate and master’s students from the classes of 2020 and 2021
05/08/22 — Researchers have developed critical insights that could ultimately lead to a stronger, cheaper and more sustainable metal.
05/04/22 — With innovative design, new chip beat traditional processors on power-hungry tasks, could help solve big optimization problems faster
04/28/22 — Materials science and engineering professors are among nine new Berkeley members of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
04/27/22 — The high efficiency, light weight and flexibility of the latest solar cell technology means photovoltaics could provide all the power needed for an extended mission to Mars, or even a permanent settlement there, according to a new analysis led by Berkeley engineers
04/26/22 — Fletcher, inventor of the CellScope and bioengineering professor, starts his new duties at the Blum Center for Developing Economies on July 1
04/26/22 — New findings may help determine the possibility of extraterrestrial life in our solar system
04/26/22 — In honor of Earth Day, students from professor Tina Chow's CE 105 class joined with Edison High School to build and distribute air purifiers to the south Stockton community
04/26/22 — Honor includes $200,000 stipend to support the assistant professor's examination of evidentiary statistical software used in the criminal legal system
04/18/22 — Facility to reflect transformative, inclusive culture in the 'heart’ of engineering
04/18/22 — The CITRIS Aviation team is collaborating with Caltrans to lay the groundwork for air mobility in urban areas
04/15/22 — The Alt: Meat Lab pairs scientific innovation with entrepreneurship to bring plant-based proteins from the classroom to the market.