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 June 4 Symmetry magazine story on the DECam Legacy Survey of the night sky quoted David Schlegel.
A June 4 Devex.com opinion piece written by Shashi Buluswar looked at the importance of innovative desalination technologies.
A June 3 Symmetry magazine story on new experiments underway at the Large Hadron Collider quoted Beate Heinemann. Phys.org ran a similar story while Lab Public Affairs facilitated a KGO-AM radio interview with Ian Hinchliffe.
A June 3 KRON-TV story looked at an upcoming conference to tackle critical water issues and quoted conference lead Bill Collins.
A June 3 Daily Cal story developed from an obituary written by Lab Public Affairs looking at the life of former lab science writer Judith Goldhaber.
A June 2 California magazine story highlighted research on how the lack of sleep may lead to Alzheimer’s, a study co-led by Bill Jagust.
A June 2 R&D.com feature from a Lab news release looked at the use of new robots for creating antimicrobial compounds at the Molecular Foundry and quoted Ron Zuckermann.
A June 1 California magazine story featured the work of David Romps and Rusen Oktem, who have developed a new way to understand the behavior of clouds. The story was the result of a recent news release written by Lab Public Affairs.
A May 31 KGO-TV story on rashes caused by a Fitbit device included an interview with Nitash Balsara.
A May 30 story in The Atlantic on efforts to double a battery’s life quoted Venkat Srinivasan.