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Berkeley Engineer archive
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.
An excerpt from Professor David Sedlak’s new book about the history of our most precious resource, and its future.
Diving to the edge of darkness:
A profile of alumnus Adam Wright, a builder of sleek submarines that fly underwater.
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.
Critical making comes to campus:
A new course that meshes design theory with maker energy
A look inside some of the college’s hands-on work spaces
Greening the factory floor:
Smart, sustainable manufacturing
Jose Carmena on meshing mind and machine
Smart microgrids in India
From smart dust to smart rooms
Insights into the evolution of flight
Engineers without borders:
Building a better world, one project at a time