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 Sept. 15 insideHPC story highlighted a Lab-produced podcast with Eva Nogales.
A Sept. 15 Green Sense Radio podcast with Ryan Wiser looked at a new Lab report on the state of the wind industry.
A Sept. 14 Washington Post story on understanding the role of trees in climate change quoted Trevor Keenan.
And a second Sept. 14 Washington Post story looked at hurricane victims suffering from lack of air-conditioning, citing Lab research into indoor air quality.
A Sept. 14 Eos.org story on the Deepwater Horizon spill quoted Gary Andersen and cited his recent research, which first appeared in a Lab news release.
A Sept. 14 story in The Verge looked at the challenge of booming A/C use in India and quoted Nikit Abhyankar, who has done research in the area.
A Sept. 13 Gizmodo story on Alaskan permafrost thaw and its impacts quoted Margaret Torn.
A Sept. 12 Politico story on climate change and storms like Hurricane Harvey quoted Michael Wehner. He also appeared in Greenwire and Axios.com stories.
A Sept. 11 CleanTechnica story looked at a recent Lab report showing the health benefits of renewable energies, a report led by Dev Millstein.
A Sept. 11 Daily Cal story profiled former Lab Director Paul Alivisatos.
A Sept. 10 WUSA-TV story on whether it is possible to charge your phone with a 9-volt battery included an interview with the Lab’s Gerbrand Ceder.