BSAC Research Highlights
BSAC would like to thank all of the researchers who presented their research during BSAC's Fall 2021 Research Review, September 22 & 23.
BSAC Industrial Members voted for their favorite oral presentations and the results are in. Please join us in congratulating the...Read more about BSAC's Best: Fall 2021 Oral Presentation Winners Announced
Stress and strain, applied in just the right manner, can sometimes produce amazing results.
That is what researchers, led by a team at UC Berkeley’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, discovered about an emerging semiconductor material — black phosphorus (BP) —...Read more about Javey Lab: Researchers Demonstrate New Semiconductor Device Possibilities using Black Phosphorus
Please join BSAC in congratulating Alexander Alvara of the Pister group on being awarded the 2021 Space Science Lab's Lin Fellowship.
Alexander is a doctoral student in the Berkeley mechanical...Read more about Alexander Alvara Awarded the 2021 Space Science Lab's Lin Fellowship
Many insects and spiders get their uncanny ability to scurry up walls and walk upside down on ceilings with the help of specialized sticky footpads that allow them to adhere to surfaces in places where no human would dare to go.
Engineers at the University of California,...Read more about Lin Lab: Insect-Sized Robot Navigates Mazes with the Agility of a Cheetah
Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, have created a tiny wireless implant that can provide real-time measurements of tissue oxygen levels deep underneath the skin. The device, which is smaller than the average ladybug and powered by ultrasound waves, could help doctors monitor...Read more about Maharbiz Lab: Tiny Wireless Implant Detects Oxygen Deep within the Body