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 Farmers’ Advance story looked at work by Nick Smith on a better understanding of how plants react to hotter climates.
A June 8 story in The Atlantic on cosmic voids quoted Greg Aldering.
A June 7 Green Car Congress story on Google Street View cars used for high-resolution pollution mapping quoted the Lab’s Joshua Apte. A similar story on the project in Wired magazine quoted Ron Cohen.
A June 6 insideHPC story noted that Erich Strohmaier has been named an ISC Fellow in recognition of his efforts to advance high performance computing.
A June 5 Chemical & Engineering News story profiled Molecular Foundry researcher Xiaoxi Wei.
A June 5 Biomass Magazine story featured work at the Joint Genome Institute showing how fungal enzymes can break down cellulose and quoted Igor Grigoriev.
A June 5 Power-Technology.com story looked at work at the Lab’s Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis.
A June 5 GenomeWeb.com story noted a workshop at the Joint Genome Institute that looked at how to advance the microbiome field.
https://www.genomeweb.com/informatics/asm-microbiome-data-initiative-takes-shape-organizers-seek-community-input (free registration req.)
A June 2 Science story looked at the work of Diane Dickel on ultraconserved elements.
A June 2 Technology.org story featured a “sensor in a suitcase,” work led at the Lab by Jessica Granderson.