12/05/23 — Mechanical engineering professor Oliver O’Reilly’s seminar is a "Tour de Cal Rowing"
12/01/23 — EECS professors develop ‘A’s for All’ pilot
11/28/23 — To make next-gen batteries, professor Gerbrand Ceder is finding innovative ways to accelerate the research on key materials.
11/27/23 — Ultra-high resolution scanner will allow research on underlying changes in brain circuitry in a multitude of brain disorders
11/20/23 — Berkeley researchers “probe the corrosive effects of algorithms, machine learning and other exotic technologies” and offer possible solutions
11/17/23 — Inaugural cohort of scholars aspires “to create insightful, publicly minded solutions to the many challenges to democracy”
11/13/23 — New machine learning-based optimization method for nonlinear and quantum optics may open the door to large-scale communication and quantum computing applications
11/09/23 — Berkeley researchers present new statistical technique for safely using predictions obtained from machine learning models to test scientific hypotheses
11/08/23 — Berkeley Lab: Scientists, led by Berkeley engineer Ting Xu, have developed multipurpose, recyclable nanosheets for electronics, energy storage, and health and safety applications
11/06/23 — Latest Berkeley Engineer features a renaissance in nuclear power, innovating the next generation of batteries, and unearthing a legacy
11/06/23 — A new technique for fog harvesting could provide millions of people with access to safe drinking water.
11/06/23 — A new sculpture outside Blum Hall honors engineering professor Joseph Gier, the first tenured Black professor in the UC system.
11/06/23 — Berkeley Engineering celebrated a key milestone for its new Engineering Center in April.
11/06/23 — Increasing access to clean water and flush toilets could be an effective way to curb antibiotic resistance.
11/06/23 — Huue, a company co-founded by alum Tammy Hsu, uses biotechnology to create environmentally friendly dyes for denim.
11/06/23 — The new Engineering Center will transform the student experience for generations to come.
11/06/23 — Updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
11/06/23 — Molten salt technologies could pave the way for advanced nuclear energy systems that are safer, more efficient and cost-effective.
11/06/23 — The MAS-E degree is designed for professionals seeking “knowledge upgrades” in STEM fields.
11/06/23 — Technology developed by Berkeley engineers has been used to cryopreserve and revive entire coral fragments.