04/26/21 — Professor Kenichi Soga’s advanced sensor technology could change the way we monitor infrastructure, agriculture and other complex systems.
04/26/21 — By stacking and twisting graphene layers, researchers have converted a linear material into one with non-linear capabilities crucial to technology.
04/26/21 — Professor Marta González discusses how the pandemic and climate change are affecting urban areas.
04/26/21 — A COVID-19 test that uses CRISPR is professor Dan Fletcher’s latest transformation of cell phones into mobile diagnostic tools.
04/26/21 — Graduate student Gloria Tumushabe has launched Afro Fem Coders, a remote coding program for women in Africa.
04/26/21 — The myriad challenges of the past year underscore the significance of better preparing our students to become engineering leaders.
04/26/21 — A team of engineers have developed a new way to reinforce concrete using a 3D printer to build octet lattices out of polymer.
04/26/21 — Bioengineers have created a microfluidic platform that can be used to unravel and image lengthy strands of DNA.
04/26/21 — A research team has developed AI software that allows robotic arms to quickly grasp and move objects in a steady motion.
04/26/21 — A chemical process that converts polyethylene plastic into a strong adhesive could create economic incentives for recycling plastic bags.
04/22/21 Los Angeles Times — Scientists led by Berkeley energy professor Dan Kammen urge aggressive action to confront the climate crisis
04/21/21 Daily Californian — Volunteer service helps overcome digital barriers to booking COVID-19 vaccination appointments
04/21/21 — Ting Xu's lab has embedded polymer-eating enzymes in plastic to allow programmed degradation after the plastic's useful life is over
04/19/21 Homeland Preparedness News — Berkeley mechanical engineering alumna (M.S.'82) chosen as administrator of National Nuclear Security Administration
04/15/21 — Professor emeritus led Institute of Transportation Studies at both UCLA and Berkeley; he was 79
04/14/21 — Ultrasound-powered device offers minimally invasive way to monitor organs or tissue
04/13/21 — Pixar director of engineering and BE alumna Hayley Iben has won a Scientific and Technical Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
04/09/21 Forbes — A conversation with co-founder and CEO Ali Ghodsi, whose Berkeley-born data analytics company is now valued at $28 billion.
04/05/21 — New study demonstrates platform's ability to detect single-point mutation without DNA amplification
03/30/21 — Latest U.S. News & World Report national rankings place Berkeley in top three engineering graduate schools