Monday, July 7, 2014

Berkeley Lab In the News, Week of June 29, 2014

Berkeley Lab “In the News” is our weekly review of Lab researchers, staff, and students who have appeared in the news media this past week. This is but a sampling of our coverage. Please note that some links may expire after time.

A July 7 GreenBiz story on microgrids quoted the Lab’s Chris Marnay.

A July 5 Business Standard story highlighted new work led by the Lab’s Jay Groves that may lead to better cancer treatments. The Health Site ran a similar story.

A July 4 AccuWeather story on smog-reducing buildings quoted the Lab’s Hugo Destaillats.

A July 2 RedOrbit story featured research led by the Lab’s Musahid Ahmed on more-efficient, less-polluting, fuels. Daily Fusion and Science2.0 ran similar stories.

A July 2 Los Angeles Times story noted the Lab’s participation in the UC Global Food Initiative.

A July 2 story on how ranchers are dealing with climate change included quotes from the Lab’s Whendee Silver.

And a July 1 story written by Ben Mandel looked at the Lab’s cool roofs research, originally led by the Lab’s Art Rosenfeld.

A July 1 NBC story covered the discovery of the smallest force ever, led by the Lab’s Dan Stamper-Kurn. The Daily Cal also ran a story on the discovery.

A July 1 China People’s Daily story profiled the Lab’s Rob Ritchie.

A June 29 Korea Herald story on drones quoted the Lab’s Richard Muller.

The summer issue of Columbia University College magazine includes an extended profile of the Lab’s Carl Haber and his audio restoration efforts.