BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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UC Berkeley researchers have developed a graphene-based radio capable of recording and transmitting ultrasonic sound waves, allowing for bat-like echolocation.
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UC Berkeley researchers have developed a graphene-based radio capable of recording and transmitting ultrasonic sound waves, allowing for bat-like echolocation.
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The American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced last Wednesday the election of seven UC Berkeley staff and faculty to its society, which boasts an assortment of Nobel laureates, Pulitzer Prize recipients and Oscar winners among its total list of members.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced last Wednesday the election of seven UC Berkeley staff and faculty to its society, which boasts an assortment of Nobel laureates, Pulitzer Prize recipients and Oscar winners among its total list of members.
When UC Berkeley Professor of Physics Alex Zettl arrives at his lab in the morning, he’s never certain that his research assistants are busy at work. ‘I come in and I’ll see them with earphones in and I’ll ask, ‘What are you doing?’ and they will say “I’m just testing the graphene earphones.” But I’m never sure,” Zettl said.
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When UC Berkeley Professor of Physics Alex Zettl arrives at his lab in the morning, he’s never certain that his research assistants are busy at work. ‘I come in and I’ll see them with earphones in and I’ll ask, ‘What are you doing?’ and they will say “I’m just testing the graphene earphones.” But I’m never sure,” Zettl said.
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Researchers with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UC Berkeley have developed a new technology that allows low-cost, high-efficiency solar cells to be developed from almost any type of semiconductor material.
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Researchers with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UC Berkeley have developed a new technology that allows low-cost, high-efficiency solar cells to be developed from almost any type of semiconductor material.
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