KRON 4 TV
came to the Lab to interview air quality expert Brett Singer (ETA)
and ran a piece that aired several times. KCBS radio
interviewed him on air and the San Francisco Chronicle also
ran excerpts from his Lab Q&A on
how to protect yourself from wildfire smoke.
Microscopy and Analysis
quoted Junko Yano in a piece on new research by her and Jan Kern
and Vittal Yachandra (all MBIB) to produce high-res images of
photosynthesis, which was published in Nature and shared via a
The Lab or Lab staff appeared in the following
Physics Today reported on research by Jacklyn
Gates (CSD) and her colleagues to produce the first direct mass measurement
of superheavy elements.
Inside Climate News quoted Nikit
Abhyankar (ETA) on a story about the rising demand of AC contributing to
EOS announced that George Ban Weiss (formerly
ETA) will receive the Global Environmental Change Early Career Award at AGU
next month and published his remarks with a nod to the Lab, Ronnen Levinson
(ETA) and Bill Collins (EESA).
HPC Wire and EnterpriseTech
featured Horst Simon (LD) andKen Miura (CRD)
in a piece on “The Perennials,” attendees of the founding SC conference (then
called Supercomputing) who have attended every SC since.
Greentech Media mentioned Lab research
establishing that air-conditioning represents one of the single biggest end-use
risks to our climate.