06/12/23 — ABC7 News: Berkeley civil engineers send in Spot to inspect 100-year-old, 7,000-foot-long tunnel
05/04/23 — Successful water treatment technologies require a deeper understanding of users’ challenges
02/09/23 — Supercomputer-generated simulations will be available on an open-access website, giving the broader earthquake research community and engineers access to critical data
02/07/23 — Berkeley geotechnical engineer receives one of the highest professional honors accorded an American engineer
12/20/22 — CITRIS: With a $2.5 million NSF grant, an interdisciplinary UC team led by civil engineering professor Kenichi Soga is partnering with Bay Area communities to help residents respond to natural disasters more quickly — and more safely.
11/23/22 — CIRCLES Consortium field trial shows AI-powered cruise control system could help smooth traffic flow, improve fuel economy
11/07/22 — Researchers have found that water chlorination does not negatively impact the gut microbiome of children.
09/21/22 — Berkeley engineers have created a simple, low-cost arsenic treatment system to help low-income communities access safer water (With video)
07/12/22 — Chicago Tribune: CEE professor Ashok Gadgil and other frustrated scientists call for a reorientation of climate research to drive effective action and transformative change
07/05/22 — Using data from the 2018 Camp Fire, civil engineering researchers identify ways to improve experimental smoke prediction tool
06/22/22 — Remains the largest multidirectional earthquake simulator in the US
05/16/22 — Pister, a structural engineering professor who devoted more than 70 years to the university, to higher education and to expanding educational opportunities for students from kindergarten to graduate school, was 96.
04/26/22 — In honor of Earth Day, students from professor Tina Chow's CE 105 class joined with Edison High School to build and distribute air purifiers to the south Stockton community
04/15/22 — A study has found a strong association between present-day air pollution levels and historical patterns of redlining.
04/15/22 — Using a novel method to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus, researchers worked with public agencies to monitor infection levels in local wastewater samples.
04/15/22 — Tests on a smoke forecasting model from the NOAA has allowed researchers to pinpoint areas for improvement.
04/14/22 — New research shows no negative impact on children's digestive bacteria from chlorinated drinking water
04/07/22 — Partnership with Oakland schools, civic leaders and local practitioners aims to bolster workforce, improve engineering equity
04/05/22 — Award recognizes his outstanding vision and lasting global impact in water research
03/30/22 — If successful, a geothermal heat pump system to help heat and cool buildings more efficiently could become part of UC Berkeley’s plan to decarbonize the campus