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 July 1 PhysOrg.com story featured work led by Eva Nogales using cryo-EM with NERSC resources.
A June 29 R&D.com story looked at efforts to build a better battery and quoted David Prendergast. Controlled Environments magazine and Energy Harvesting Journal also ran stories based on a Lab news release.
A June 28 Forbes magazine story highlighted research co-led by Arman Shehabi, Dale Sartor and others, showing that while datacenters have increased in size, their energy consumption has plateaued. Their work was first publicized in a Lab news release and was widely covered by Fortune, EE News, The Register, Computerworld, a blog by Google, and many others.
A June 27 Capital Public Radio story on water found deep beneath California’s Central Valley quoted Preston Jordan. Jordan was also quoted in a similar InsideClimateNews story.
A June 27 Forbes magazine story noted work led by John Hartwig on the creation of a bionic enzyme that has led to new chemical reactions. The Daily Cal also covered the work, based on a Lab news release, and quoted Hanna Key.
A June 27 Wall Street Journal story featured efforts to develop a “chemofilter,” work being done by Chelsea Chen and Nitash Balsara and highlighted in a recent Lab news release.
A June 27 NextBigFuture.com story on the promise of a 200-petaflop computer quoted Horst Simon.
A June 26 Philanthropy News Digest story noted that Art Rosenfeld and Jennifer Doudna had won Tang Prizes.