04/26/22 — Honor includes $200,000 stipend to support the assistant professor's examination of evidentiary statistical software used in the criminal legal system
04/18/22 — Facility to reflect transformative, inclusive culture in the 'heart’ of engineering
04/18/22 — The CITRIS Aviation team is collaborating with Caltrans to lay the groundwork for air mobility in urban areas
04/15/22 — The Alt: Meat Lab pairs scientific innovation with entrepreneurship to bring plant-based proteins from the classroom to the market.
04/15/22 — The new building, slated to open in 2025, will transform the student experience with four floors of dedicated space.
04/15/22 — Close collaborations with public partners are key to the success of our research programs, helping us translate results into practical benefit.
04/15/22 — Since its opening in 2015, the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation has provided an interdisciplinary hub for learning — a place where engineers and makers can collaborate at the intersection of design and technology. Thanks to philanthropy and support from the Berkeley Engineering Fund, the institute has grown and enriched its opportunities for hands-on learning. […]
04/15/22 — A study has found that the use of online databases could introduce bias into AI algorithms developed for medical imaging.
04/15/22 — A study has found a strong association between present-day air pollution levels and historical patterns of redlining.
04/15/22 — A new technique for making wearable sensors replaces photolithography with a $200 vinyl cutter.
04/15/22 — Using a novel method to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus, researchers worked with public agencies to monitor infection levels in local wastewater samples.
04/15/22 — Tests on a smoke forecasting model from the NOAA has allowed researchers to pinpoint areas for improvement.
04/15/22 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
04/15/22 — Updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
04/15/22 — The new facility, located in the former Berkeley Art Museum, equips STEM entrepreneurs with labs, offices and equipment.
04/15/22 — A high-resolution LiDAR chip that uses MEMS switches may lead to the next generation of powerful, low-cost 3D sensors.
04/15/22 — Master of Design students launch new medical device startup to address ventilator shortages around the world.
04/15/22 — EECS professor sits down with top experts and entrepreneurs for “The Robot Brains Podcast.”
04/14/22 — Dave Epstein joins other immigrants and children of immigrants chosen for “their potential to make significant contributions to the United States.”
04/14/22 — New system enables faster production, greater optical quality and design flexibility