05/24/23 — Hannah Stuart and Grigory Tikhomirov recognized for research with real-world impact
05/17/23 — Researchers measured the highest toughness of any material ever while studying an alloy made of chromium, cobalt and nickel.
05/17/23 — Ionocaloric cooling, a new method developed by Berkeley engineers, could help phase out HFC refrigerants that emit greenhouse gases.
02/13/23 — CITRIS: Assistant professor of mechanical engineering takes inspiration from nature and uses machine learning to create more efficient materials
02/02/23 — Insights may lead to more energy-efficient chips and electronic devices
01/10/23 — Alexander Alvara pushes past life's obstacles and sets his sights on new frontiers in engineering
01/04/23 — Berkeley Lab: Berkeley engineers Drew Lilley and Ravi Prasher hope ionocaloric cooling can someday replace current refrigerants and provide safe, efficient cooling and heating for homes
12/08/22 — Professor Lydia Sohn’s microfluidic device may help solve some of the most complex mysteries in cell biology.
11/18/22 — Engineered piezoelectric materials achieve new levels of wave-scattering performance
11/07/22 — Micro-CAL is a new, faster way to 3D print glass microstructures that produces stronger and higher quality objects.
11/07/22 — The design of EMBUR, one of the first legged robots that can self-burrow vertically, was inspired by the Pacific mole crab.
10/10/22 — Inspired by nature, the burrowing mole crab robot is a feat of engineering with real-world applications
06/30/22 — Mechanical engineering professor since 1992, O'Reilly will be responsible for supporting teaching, learning and undergraduate discovery
06/29/22 — Project aims to improve safety and reliability of autonomous transportation systems
06/14/22 — Five engineering faculty among the seven honored for research that produces tangible, positive societal impact through commercialization
06/06/22 — Technique is more sensitive than standard PCR tests in large sample volumes and can be adapted to emerging COVID-19 variants
05/23/22 — Engineers put 3D printing technology to the test for possible use on future NASA space missions
04/26/22 — New findings may help determine the possibility of extraterrestrial life in our solar system
04/15/22 — A new technique for making wearable sensors replaces photolithography with a $200 vinyl cutter.
04/14/22 — New system enables faster production, greater optical quality and design flexibility