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.
An April 3 E&E News story on the effects of climate change on California quoted Jeff Greenblatt.
An April 3 InsideHPC story noted that Ann Almgren and Esmond Ng had been named as Fellows of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
An April 3 LiveScience opinion piece highlighted findings from the Lab’s Institute for Globally Transformative Technologies’ 50 Breakthroughs report.
An April 2 ClimateWire story looked at the announcement of NGEE-Tropics, a project to be led by Jeff Chambers. Nature, R&D, Smithsonian, and others also covered the announcement.
An April 1 InsideHPC story noted NERSC’s involvement in the “Big Neuron” effort. Medical Express, Nature, and others also covered the announcement.
On April 1 R&D.com featured work led by Rob Ritchie showing how skin can resist tearing. The Daily Mail, Lab Manager and EIN News also covered his work.
A March 31 story in The Scientist included coverage of a novel bacterial phylum reported during JGI’s annual meeting.
A March 31 CleanTechnica story highlighted work led by Sam Saxena showing EV battery life may be longer than expected. Several other outlets also covered his findings.
A March 28 Contra Costa Times story looked at work on better understanding earthquakes, quoting Martin Kunz and including a photograph with Nobu Tamura.