Friday, September 11, 2015

Berkeley Lab In the News, Week of Sept. 6, 2015

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 Sept. 11 National Geographic story on sea rise from climate change quoted Dan Martin. The story came on the heels of a recent lab news release.

A Sept. 11 CNET story looked at a new way to visualize the Earth’s interior, work made possible by NERSC computers. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser also covered the work.

A Sept. 10 EnergyWire story on entrepreneurial efforts from national labs noted Berkeley Lab’s Cyclotron Road effort and quoted Ilan Gur and Ramamoorthy Ramesh.

A Sept. 10 Utility Dive story on PV prices quoted Galen Barbose and cited a recent study he coauthored.

A Sept. 9 Scientific American story on unpredictable behavior of particles quoted Zoltan Ligeti. Ligeti was also quoted in Live Science and RedOrbit stories.

A Sept. 9 R&D magazine story featured lab startup PolyPlus.

A Sept. 7 Forbes story featured work by Evan Mills showing the high energy use of gaming computers. EETimes,TriplePundit, and FierceEnergy were among the many covering the research.  News coverage was prompted by a lab news release.

A recent episode of the Verge of Discovery podcast featured Jeff Greenblatt and his work on autonomous taxis, which was originally written about in a lab produced news release.

A recent ChemEurope story highlighted a new understanding of actinides, work done by Rebecca Abergel. The story was the result of a news release written by lab public affairs.

A recent Forbes story looked at the purchase by Bosch of lab startup, SEEO.