Friday, May 12, 2017

Berkeley Lab In the News, April 30 to May 12, 2017

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 May 12 ChemEurope story looked at research on thin-film ferroelectrics led by Lane Martin and also quoted Andy Minor. R& ran a similar story based on a Lab news release.

A May 10 Politico story on indoor air pollution quoted the Lab’s Bill Fisk.

A May 10 IEEE Spectrum story highlighted work at the Molecular Foundry by Stefano Cabrini on a new process to create nanoprobes. R& also ran a story based on a Lab news release.

A May 9 Richmond Standard story offered a profile of the Lab’s Robin Lopez.

A May 4 Symmetry magazine story on the hunt for sterile neutrinos quoted the Lab’s Kam-Biu Luk.

A May 2 Waste Management World story, based on a Lab news release, looked at JBEI research into an enzyme to recycle waste, work led by Amanda Kohler.

A May 1 HPC Wire story looked at NERSC’s use of Roofline, software to help optimize computer code. The story cited the involvement of Sam Williams, Lenny Oliker, Tuomas Koskela, and Jack Deslippe.

A May 1 Forbes magazine story looked at the climate impact of air conditioners in India and quoted and cited work by Nikit Abhyankar.

A May 1 insideHPC story looked at the development of Singularity, an open source platform by the Lab’s Greg Kurtzer. His work was also featured in an HPCWire story as well.

An April 30 Scientific American story noted the passing of Art Rosenfeld.