05/16/22 — Pister, a structural engineering professor who devoted more than 70 years to the university, to higher education and to expanding educational opportunities for students from kindergarten to graduate school, was 96.
05/12/22 — Study shows bats remember flight paths, enabling precise navigation of familiar routes
05/12/22 — LA Times: In this op-ed, Dean Tsu-Jae King Liu and Associate Provost Jennifer Chayes say a proposal to change California's K-12 math framework will leave students unprepared for STEM in college.
05/11/22 — EECS associate professor wins $35,000 prize as outstanding young computer professional for her design of secure distributed systems, protecting confidentiality against attackers while maintaining full functionality
05/09/22 — Ceremony honors undergraduate and master’s students from the classes of 2020 and 2021
05/08/22 — Researchers have developed critical insights that could ultimately lead to a stronger, cheaper and more sustainable metal.
05/04/22 — With innovative design, new chip beat traditional processors on power-hungry tasks, could help solve big optimization problems faster
04/28/22 — Materials science and engineering professors are among nine new Berkeley members of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
04/27/22 — The high efficiency, light weight and flexibility of the latest solar cell technology means photovoltaics could provide all the power needed for an extended mission to Mars, or even a permanent settlement there, according to a new analysis led by Berkeley engineers
04/26/22 — Fletcher, inventor of the CellScope and bioengineering professor, starts his new duties at the Blum Center for Developing Economies on July 1
04/26/22 — New findings may help determine the possibility of extraterrestrial life in our solar system
04/26/22 — In honor of Earth Day, students from professor Tina Chow's CE 105 class joined with Edison High School to build and distribute air purifiers to the south Stockton community
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.