NEWS & EVENTS News Professor Kristin Persson participated in testifying at a Congressional Hearing on the morning of Tuesday, May 4. May 7, 2021 Professor Ting Xu’s Lab develops new technology that can steer plastics from landfills and oceans and instead into your backyard compost bin! April 28, 2021 ⭐️ Fung Feature ⭐️ Gwenlyn Angel…

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Berkeley MSE Undergraduate Program ranks #2 Best in 2021 U.S News Rankings! The 2021 US News and World Reports rankings have been released and UC Berkeley’s Materials Engineering program has been ranked number 2 in the nation! The complete rankings and link to more details can be found here. Contact Us Department offices are located…

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Professor Didier de Fontaine’s Thermodynamics book makes it amongst World Scientific’s 10 best-selling physics books for 2019! Professor de Fontaine’s book: Principles of Classical Thermodynamics Applied to Materials Science is amongst World Scientific’s 10 best-selling physics books for 2019! Congratulations Didier de Fontaine! Contact Us Department offices are located in 210 Hearst Memorial Mining Building,…

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World-Leading Microscopes Take Candid Snapshots of Atoms in Their ‘Neighborhoods’ Scientists use powerful 4D-STEM electron microscopy technique to map out the best atomic ‘hangouts’ in high-performance materials. Read news story here. Contact Us Department offices are located in 210 Hearst Memorial Mining Building, in the Northeast corner of campus. Address: Department of Materials Science and…

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BIG GIVE is TODAY! 3/8/18 by Daisy Hernandez March 08, 2018 Today is THE day! BIG GIVE is now LIVE and needs your love & support! 💙 Donate to the MSE dept. here: give.berkeley.edu/mse What’s your favorite Berkeley Moment? Please keep up with our social medias to stay updated with our department throughout the day. #BerkeleyMSE #CalBigGive #BerkeleyEngineering Contact Us…

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Fung Feature: Gwenlyn Angel Cabiltes, MEng ’21 (MSE) ⭐️  Fung Feature: Gwenlyn Angel Cabiltes, MEng ’21 (MSE) ⭐️ “On the impact she wishes to have on the world and her passion for teaching.” Check out full interview here. Contact Us Department offices are located in 210 Hearst Memorial Mining Building, in the Northeast corner of…

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New technology could wean the battery world off cobalt by Brett Israel April 11, 2018 Lithium batteries use more than 50 percent of all cobalt produced globally. This is because lithium ions are stored in cathodes which are layered structures. Cobalt is crucial to maintaining this layered structure.  Now, a research team led by scientists at UC…

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