A Dec. 5 Environmental Monitor story looked at the use of supercomputers in climate modeling, quoting Michael Wehner.
A Dec. 3 U.S. News & World Report story featured work by Paul Williams showing a link between running and lowering the risk of Alzheimer’s. The San Francisco Chronicle (2nd item), Daily Burn and Health magazine were among many others that covered the findings.
A Dec. 3 Society for Science story highlighted work led by Hugo Destaillats and Lara Gundel showing the dangers of thirdhand smoke.
A special edition of Time Magazine titled “Great Scientists” includes the Lab’s Saul Perlmutter.
A Dec. 2 KQED-TV story looked at Berkeley Lab research on Arctic permafrost, mentioning Susan Hubbard and Tim Kneafsey.
A Dec. 2 Deutsche Welle story on air pollution in India included a Q&A with Joshua Apte and his research there. The Times of India also looked at his work.
A recent New Scientist story on new sensing techniques for finding hydrocarbons quoted George Moridis.
A Nov. 30 Popular Science story looked at work on indoor air quality, specifically kitchen range hoods, and quoted Brett Singer.
A Nov. 26 ClimateWire story on a report showing the health costs associated with carbon regulations quoted Jeff Greenblatt and Dev Millstein.