11/05/20 — Professor Ashok Gadgil has found an affordable, scalable way to remove arsenic from drinking water.
11/05/20 — In a year of unprecedented challenges, the importance of our mission has never been more clear.
11/05/20 — Bioengineers have determined how tumor cells adhere to and move through brain tissue.
11/05/20 — Updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
11/05/20 — A study has determined exactly how geckos’ flexible, hairy toes allow them to navigate shifting weight and slippery surfaces.
11/05/20 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering alumni and faculty.
11/05/20 — Researchers have designed a microfluidic chip that gives scientists a look at the first stages of fertilization and early development.
11/05/20 — In a breakthrough in the field of ferroelectricity, researchers have made an ultrathin material that powers the smallest of devices with lower amounts of energy.
11/05/20 — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Girls in Engineering camp shifted to an online format that completely reimagined the camper experience.
11/05/20 — Diluting the blood plasma of older mice has rejuvenating effects on the body, bioengineering researchers have learned.
11/05/20 — An ultrathin, flat optical metalens could lead to new advances in solar energy, virtual reality and medical imaging.
11/05/20 — In 1970, two teams of engineering students participated in a cross-country car race to test technologies that reduced automobile emissions.
11/05/20 — In response to the pandemic, engineers at Berkeley pivoted their research to help test, treat and heal a growing number of patients.
11/05/20 — Professor emerita Fiona Doyle discusses her experiences as a woman in the field of engineering.
11/02/20 — Remote learning has inspired creative thinking for Berkeley Engineering courses that emphasize team collaboration and maker projects
10/29/20 — Advance could lead to new generation of ultrafast computer chips that retain data even when there is no power
10/29/20 — Berkeley civil engineers have developed a rapid, low-cost and effective method to test for the presence of the coronavirus in wastewater flowing through municipal sewer systems
10/28/20 — Consortium of nine top research universities is 'confronting systemic practices that don’t advance equity'
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.