04/14/20 — Bats have synchronized brain activity when engaging in social behaviors, such as grooming, fighting or sniffing each other, according to a new study.
04/14/20 — Researchers have shown that heat energy, in the form of molecular vibrations, can travel across a few hundred nanometers of a complete vacuum.
04/14/20 — Using a type of deep learning known as a fully convolutional neural network, a new computer algorithm can recognize abnormal CT scans.
04/12/20 Climate One — Professor Per Peterson joins a panel of experts discussing whether nuclear energy should be revived or abandoned.
04/10/20 Berkeley News — Paige Balcom is co-founder of Takataka Plastics, which has its roots in Berkeley's Big Ideas Contest.
04/10/20 — Nobel Laureate Saul Perlmutter and Public Health Dean Michael Lu moderate April 7 roundtable with computing and data science researchers
04/03/20 CITRIS — Makerspaces on campus allowed to operate to support projects in response to the pandemic.
04/02/20 — Converting CPAP and BiPAP machines safely could add tens of thousands to COVID-19 ventilator supply
04/02/20 — A group of Berkeley students have created a website/app that contains localized information about COVID-19
04/02/20 — Professor Michel Maharbiz is working with medical device makers to allow hospital staff to remotely monitor and adjust patients' ventilators
04/02/20 — Professor Amy Herr is part of a research consortium that seeks to provide scientific consensus on face mask sterilization methods
04/02/20 — Professor Bin Yu and her team are developing models to connect hospitals with needed supplies
04/01/20 Wired — EECS professor Costas Spanos thinks you should track your workers and hand over the lights and temperature controls to artificial intelligence
03/31/20 Berkeley NewsCenter — Berkeley’s Environmental Design Archives highlights the life and works of an iconic architect and a Berkeley Engineering alumna.
03/26/20 — UC Berkeley and UIUC are the headquarters for the C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute, which announced a call for research proposals for AI technology to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
03/25/20 — Berkeley bioengineers have launched themselves into efforts to study the COVID-19 virus and outbreak, mitigate its effects, and support victims and caregivers
03/25/20 — From logistics algorithms to expert commentary, faculty in civil and environmental engineering are responding to COVID-19 calls
03/18/20 — Berkeley researchers utilize photolithography and programmable DNA to rapidly “print” two-dimensional arrays of cells and proteins that mimic cellular environments in the body
03/17/20 — In the latest U.S. News & World Report survey, the college ranked third out of more than 200 graduate engineering schools
03/12/20 — Researchers are closer than ever to deploying technology that can help detect the illicit production of plutonium, a key fuel for nuclear bombs