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 Dec. 8 Mother Nature Network story on the safety of e-cigarettes quoted Hugo Destaillats and referenced research from a Lab news release.
A Dec. 8 Deutsche Welle story on efforts to improve energy efficiency of data centers cited a recent Lab report led by Dale Sartor, Sarah Smith, Richard Brown, and Magnus Herrlin.
The Winter issue of California magazine includes a story on future climate research efforts and contained interviews with Jeffrey Long and Inez Fung.
A Dec. 6 Scope blog story noted work at the Advanced Light Source by Simon Teat, and first highlighted in a Lab news release, using crystals to clean contaminated water.
A Dec. 6 Door & Window Market magazine story looked at a new device to measure the energy performance of windows, co-developed by the Lab’s Charlie Curcija. US Glass Network ran a similar story.
A Dec. 6 story in The Guardian noted that Silicon Valley giants are targeting 100% renewable energy and cited Lab reports led by Galen Barbose, Mark Bolinger, Jo Seel and Naim Darghouth. Newsweek ran a similar story.
A Dec. 6 Time magazine story on what to know before replacing your furnace included tips from the Lab’s Max Sherman.
A Dec. 5 Greentech Media story on the increasing size of wind turbines quoted Ryan Wiser. The Atlantic’s CityLab.com blog ran a similar story.