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 1 Sacramento Bee story on Gov. Jerry Brown’s climate efforts quoted Jeff Greenblatt.
A June 1 PV Magazine story on the price people pay for solar highlighted a new report co-authored by Lab researchers.
May 31 USA Today story featured work on the Lab’s research into thirdhand smoke and quoted Bo Hang and Jian-Hua Mao. New York’s WNYW-Fox TV also featured the work that evening including an interview with Antoine Snijders. Both stories, based on a Lab news release, were syndicated and appeared in numerous other newspapers and TV newscasts this week.
A May 31 Travel Weekly story on the debate over laptops on airplanes quoted Robert Kostecki.
A May 30 insideHPC story, based on a Lab news release, highlighted work at NERSC that will improve paper manufacturing, led here by David Trebotich.
A May 30 Utility Dive story, also based on a Lab news release, looked at two new Lab projects to help develop zero net energy homes and quoted Max Wei and Brett Singer.
A May 29 Voice of America story noted the Lab’s research showing the benefits of walking and running, work led by Paul Williams.
A May 29 San Francisco Chronicle opinion piece on the recent WannaCry ransomware computer attack was written by the Lab’s Elizabeth Bautista.
A May 29 Women’s Health magazine story, based on a Lab news release, looked at work by Chris Chang showing the benefits of copper in reducing fat.
A May 28 Xinhua News story featured work at the Advanced Light Source unlocking the mystery of why some rocks float and quoted Michael Manga. The work was based on a Lab news release and also featured in Science Times.