Friday, September 8, 2017

Berkeley Lab In the News, August 27 – Sept. 8, 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. 
 The Sept. 11 issue of The New Yorker includes a story on the detection of cancer tumors and cites work by Mina Bissell.

A Sept. 8 front-page San Francisco Chronicle story quoted Michael Wehner on the effects of climate change and severe weather patterns. Wehner also appeared on CBS This Morning, NPR’s Living Lab, BBC News, KCBS-AM radio, in USA Today, Gonzaga Bulletin, and twice in National Geographic, among others.

A Sept. 6 GreenTech Media story on thermal energy storage quoted Mary Ann Piette.

A Sept. 6 CleanTechnica story highlighted work led by Peidong Yang into the development of a “syngas.” Biofuels Digest also covered the work based on a Lab news release.

A Sept. 5 Engadget story noted that Magic Leap was working with researchers from the Molecular Foundry to create light-bending nanomaterials. The work was first featured in a Lab news release.

A Sept. 5 Radio Free Asia story on a new carbon trading plan in China quoted the Lab’s David Fridley.

An August 28 Daily Cal story highlighted the Deep Learning for Climate project led by the Lab’s Prabhat.

An August 28 story in the Journal of Petroleum Technology looked at a better understanding of microbial communities near oil wells, work made possible by the Joint Genome Institute.

An August 28 Scientific American story on wind energy cited a recent wind technologies report produced by the Lab.