Friday, November 2, 2018
Week Ending November 2
Lab news releases earned the following coverage:
on a hybrid cell that turns sunlight and water into hydrogen and electricity.
The Tech News
Renewable Energy Magazine
also covered it.
Green Car Congress
on machine learning to optimize traffic and reduce pollution. It was also picked up by
(UK) covered a
on Improving Climate Models to Account for Plant Behavior and quoted
Genetic Literacy Project
also reported the work.
on DOE’s $6.8 million investment in LaserNetUS, a new national high intensity laser network, and
cited the DESI experiment in a feature of Australian astrophysicist Tamara Davis.
The Lab or Lab staff appeared in the following media:
(ATAP) on the
game-changing potential of plasma accelerators.
(ETA) on a study of the energy use of bitcoin.
The Next Platform
on developing the Lab’s new pre-exascale system, NERSC-9.
also covered the announcement.
in a piece on pollution controls for heavy duty trucks and reducing emissions.
cited Lab work on the Contemporary Physics Education Project in a piece on a post-LHC collider.
(JGI) in a piece on the scientific complications of defining genders.
IEEE Computer Society
cited Lab research on the energy use of data servers.
ran visualizations produced by
in a piece on ice sheet collapse.
cited a Lab study in reference to
cost-effective solar deployment in Africa.
cited the Lab’s
Wind Technologies Market Report in a piece on wind economics.
dark matter and the Large Underground Xenon (LUX) experiment.
Science and Technology Research News
picked up a UC release and noted the Lab’s partnership with the university on Berkeley Quantum.
Association for Computer Machinery
(EESA) on the signal-to-noise ratio in fiber sensors in relation to USGS seismometers.
(MSD) participation in a workshop on Nano/Micro 2D and 3D fabrication technology.
Rapid City Journal
mentioned the Lab
’s SIGMA-V experiment and the Sanford Underground Research Facility (SURF) on deep impacts of geothermal fracking.
The Weather Network
(ETA) in a piece on pollution and self-driving cars.
(ETA) in a piece on advances in wind turbine technology.
The TechWomen exchange hosted by the Lab was covered by
Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) online
(CRD) and the Lab in a piece on the growing cost and danger of Atlantic hurricanes.
(MF) in a piece on artificial photosynthesis.
cited the Lab’s role in advancing quantum mechanics and the birth of Silicon Valley.
cited former Lab intern
as a winner of the SWENext Global Innovator Award from the Society of Women Engineers.