11/30/22 — Berkeley Lab: Scientists led by Peidong Yang have developed a nature-inspired technique for converting carbon dioxide into solar fuels
11/29/22 — His work contributed to the rapid growth of the tech industry
11/25/22 — Professor Adam Arkin and CUBES researchers are using synthetic biology to find solutions for living on Mars — and a rapidly changing Earth.
11/23/22 — CIRCLES Consortium field trial shows AI-powered cruise control system could help smooth traffic flow, improve fuel economy
11/18/22 — Engineered piezoelectric materials achieve new levels of wave-scattering performance
11/14/22 — Bioengineering professor Michael Yartsev named 2022 Young Investigator by the Society for Neuroscience in recognition of his work on the neural complexity of free-flying bats
11/08/22 — Advances in brain-computer interfaces may soon make communication easier for those who have lost the ability to speak
11/07/22 — Read the latest in the fall issue of Berkeley Engineer magazine
11/07/22 — Berkeley Engineering will play a prominent role in efforts to address the workforce needs of the U.S. semiconductor industry.
11/07/22 — Are the algorithms that recommend personalized online content manipulative? A new model figures it out.
11/07/22 — FIRE Foundry trains young adults from underrepresented communities on cutting-edge firefighting technologies.
11/07/22 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
11/07/22 — Micro-CAL is a new, faster way to 3D print glass microstructures that produces stronger and higher quality objects.
11/07/22 — Updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
11/07/22 — The Transfer Pre-Engineering Program (T-PREP) has won the 2022 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
11/07/22 — Alum Paul E. Debevec received a lifetime achievement award at the 74th Emmy Awards.
11/07/22 — Berkeley engineers have been testing and refurbishing critical equipment to send to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
11/07/22 — The design of EMBUR, one of the first legged robots that can self-burrow vertically, was inspired by the Pacific mole crab.
11/07/22 — Researchers have developed a fully recyclable and biodegradable printed circuit.
11/07/22 — Professor Lydia Sohn’s microfluidic device may help solve some of the most complex mysteries in cell biology.