Berkeleyside ran a mention of the Lab release on the 16 elements contributed by the Lab to the periodic table, part of a year-long campaign aligned with the International Year of the Periodic Table, #IYPT2019.
Green Car Congress mentioned the Lab and research covered in a Lab release last year on high-rate, long-life, low-cost sodium-ion battery full-cell systems.
The Lab releaseturning carbon dioxide into sustainable chemicals and fuels without any wasteful byproducts, quoting Joel Ager (JCAP) is still getting pickup, most recently by Chemical Engineering Online.
The Lab or Lab staff appeared in the following media:
Nature ran a piece on the discovery of the first synthetic element (technetium) from an irradiated molybdenum sample sent from the Lab.
WIRED quoted Prabhat (NERSC)and mentioned the Lab in a story on the world’s fastest supercomputer breaking an AI record.
A piece in Nature celebrating the women behind the periodic table pictured Darleane Hoffman (former NSD) and named Dawn Shaughnessy (former CSD.
IEEE Spectrum mentioned the Lab in a piece on “Designing Magnets for the World’s Largest Particle Collider.”
CBS News’ Sunday Morning ran a Lab graphic in a piece on the unique properties of water and their manifestations in nature.
Lab affiliate and Nobel Laureate George Smoot (PH) was featured in a Scientific American article about the controversies surrounding LIGO and observations of amplified signals of black hole mergers from the distant universe.