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 9 Forbes magazine story on new developments in artificial photosynthesis quoted Frances Houle.
A June 9 Women’s Health Magazine story highlighted work led by Chris Chang showing the benefits of copper in reducing fat. The work, first appearing in a Lab news release, was widely covered in dozens of outlets including by China Topix, University Herald, the Daily Cal, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, Hindustan Times, HealthNewsLine, and many others.
A June 9 Voice of America story on a new agreement between India and the U.S. to phase out certain air conditioner chemicals noted a recent report on the issue led by Nihar Shah. The Buenos Aires Herald and other outlets also covered the discussion.
A June 9 Chemistry World story explained super heavy elements and included a video with the Lab’s Ken Gregorich and Jackie Gates on the work being done at the Lab.
A June 9 Nanowerk story noted the release of new data and two new apps from the Materials Project, led by Kristin Persson and Gerbrand Ceder. The story resulted from a Lab news release and also appeared in ChemEurope.com.
A June 8 MedGadget story featured work on a chemofilter for the removal of chemotherapy drugs, work led by X. Chelsea Chen and which first appeared in a Lab news release. Beckers' Hospital Review and Daily Kos were some of the others also covering the work.
A June 8 Financial Post story on next-generation lithium-ion battery research noted recent work led by Gerbrand Ceder and which first appeared in a Lab news release. The work was also featured in a Daily Cal story.
A June 7 Greentech Media story looked at reports from the Future Electric Utility Regulation series from Berkeley Lab.
A June 4 Wired magazine story on dark matter quoted Kathryn Zurek.