The May 30 edition of The Economist includes a story on better batteries and quotes Vince Battaglia.
A May 29 Salon story on talking about climate change cited a comment by Michael Wehner.
A May 29 Scientific American story on the opening of a new Genentech facility noted that much of the research into its energy efficiency was done at Berkeley Lab’s FLEXLAB.
A May 28 Wired story on the impact of video streaming on energy efficiency quoted Arman Shehabi and cited his recent research. The interview was facilitated by Public Affairs.
A May 28 R&D.com feature looked at work led by David Romps and Rusen Oktem showing a new way to understand cloud behavior. UC Research and Supercomputing Online also covered their work, which stemmed from a news story originally written by Lab Public Affairs.
A May 28 Reddit “Ask Me Anything” discussion on the Large Hadron Collider included the Lab’s Beate Heinemann.
A May 28 Washington Post story on how PV can improve the value of homes cited a research report led by Ben Hoen.
The opening of the Lab’s Solar Energy Research Center, now Chu Hall, was widely covered at a press event May 26. Attending the event were the San Jose Mercury News, KGO-TV ABC, KTVU-TV Fox, KCBS-AM, KGO-AM, Daily Cal, KTSF-TV, Sing Tao Daily, and World Journal. Other coverage appeared on KQED-FM, KPIX-TV CBS, KNTV-TV NBC, Patch and many others. The press event was orchestrated by the Lab’s Public Affairs office.
Slide show: http://photos.mercurynews.com/2015/05/26/photos-dedication-of-chu-hall-at-lawrence-berkeley-lab/#1
Sing Tao Daily: http://bit.ly/1JVw1kd
World Journal: http://bit.ly/1HLWfpV
A May 27 Fermilab Today story on the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument noted the lab’s leadership in the project and quoted Michael Levi.
A May 26 CIO.com story on the restart of the Large Hadron Collider noted the role of ESnet. ESnet also appeared in a May 27 GCN.com story on its role in helping with big data.
A recent AtlasObscura story on efforts to build better supercomputers quoted Horst Simon.