Friday, September 15, 2017

Berkeley Lab In the News, Week of Sept. 10, 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 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 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 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.