Researchers in the laboratory of Eric Paulos, faculty director of the CITRIS Invention Lab, have developed a low-cost, wireless heating system out of natural materials.
Building on research by the California Blockchain Working Group, Gov. Newsom recently signed an executive order to support Web3 endeavors in California.
The 2014 CITRIS Foundry venture is supporting nation’s largest school-based air monitoring network with software, sensors and more.
The silicon photonics startup will use the funds to ramp up production and secure supply chain partners for its optical I/O solution.
The Wall Street Journal asked a group of energy experts which tech had the most potential to mitigate the effects of climate change. CITRIS’s Alexandra “Sascha” von Meier responded.
In a recent Nature paper, UC Berkeley professor Sayeef Salahuddin details a breakthrough that significantly reduces the energy needed to operate a transistor.
The device invented by CITRIS PI Cristina Davis may be used in settings such as airplanes, hospitals or live sports events.
CITRIS researchers Josué Medellín-Azuara and Joshua Viers from UC Merced co-authored a report that measured the financial impact of the 2021 drought in California.
Several projects led by CITRIS affiliates are among the climate resilience efforts already making a difference in Californians’ lives.
The initiative aims to examine and provide recommendations for legislation on misinformation and illegal activities on social media platforms.
In a recent AP story, Alexandra “Sascha” von Meier, director of the CIEE electric grid program area, discussed the impacts of climate change on America’s outdated power grids.
“Drones and robots are a gateway for young people to explore STEM,” said Leigh Bernacchi, program director of CITRIS at UC Merced.
Ruzena Bajcsy, CITRIS’s founding director, has received one of the most distinctive honors within the scientific community.
With expertise from CITRIS affiliates, the university-city collaboration has helped keep the region’s COVID positivity rate at less than 5 percent.
CITRIS Executive Director Camille Crittenden offers an analysis of gender diversity in energy fields in honor of Women’s History Month for the Berkeley Blog.
EDGE in Tech Director Jill Finlayson describes the “long-standing impacts of a lack of diversity in tech” in a San Francisco Chronicle Datebook article.
Barbara Haya, a research fellow working with CITRIS Climate and the California Institute for Energy and Environment (CIEE) discusses offsetting carbon emissions.
CITRIS PI Pieter Abbeel sees robots becoming an integral part of our lives in the next five years.
Brandie Nonnecke and co-author Camille Carlton detailed what political oversight for large social media platforms may look like.
As Ken Goldberg, director of CITRIS People and Robots, tells Wired, Neural Radiance Fields are “ultra-hot,” with applications in entertainment, architecture and, of course, robotics.
According to a 2018–20 study by three CITRIS leaders, women hold only 30 percent of information technology jobs across the UC system.
Brie McLemore and Ifejesu Ogunleye, the first cohort of a fellowship program established by Taraaz and the CITRIS Policy Lab, have released papers on the human rights implications of emerging tech.
The startup, which provides fall detection with AI-enabled camera systems for patients with dementia, has deep roots in the CITRIS community.
In the latest issue of BSR’s emerging issues publication, Costas Spanos describes the adoption of autonomous systems in business as an ‘arms race’ to protect privacy.