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.