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. 16 story in Contra Costa College’s The Advocate on the suspension of plans for a Richmond second campus quoted Robin Lopez.
A Sept. 15 RechargeNews.com story on a new collaboration (DuraMat) aimed at creating durable PV materials noted the Lab’s involvement.
A Sept. 15 Ars Technica story on new reports showing a drop in prices in renewables included two led by the Lab.
A Sept. 14 NPR story on the benefits of running quoted and cited work by Paul Williams.
A Sept. 12 Washington Post story highlighted a new report on the drop in wind energy prices, work led by Ryan Wiser. The report was widely covered including by E&E News, CleanTechnica, North American Wind Power, GreenTech Media and others.
A Sept. 13 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story on the energy decision making process quoted Annika Todd.
A Sept. 12 Daily Cal story on microbial dark matter quoted Tanja Woyke.
A Sept. 12 TakePart.com story looked at arsenic in California drinking water and quoted Ashok Gadgil.
A September edition of Pharma Technology Magazine included a story on efforts to develop a “chemofilter,” work being done by Chelsea Chen and Nitash Balsara, and highlighted in a Lab Anand Patel was also quoted in the story.