The work engineers do shapes the world around us. But given the technical nature of that work, non-engineers may not always realize the impact and reach of engineering research.
In E185: The Art of STEM Communication, students learn about and practice written and verbal communication skills that can bring the world of engineering to a broader audience. They spend the semester researching projects within the College of Engineering, interviewing professors and graduate students, and ultimately writing about and presenting that work for a general audience. This page showcases student work from E185.
Robots are getting the idea: How a Cal lab is making dramatic advancements in machine learning and robotics
By Daniel Zou and Paul Grosen
How UC Berkeley researchers are making nuclear reactors smarter
By Laura Shi, Ian Kolaja, Eddie Bird
How the biomimetic millisystem lab’s SALTO robot reaches new heights
By Alex Lee, Francesca-Zhoufan Li, and Ernesto Rojas
The impact of flexible electronics on the healthcare industry
By Yash Bhandari, Adarsh Kumar, and Henry Hao
Shadden Lab: Diagnosing cardiovascular disease via simulation
By Victor Zendejas Lopez and Richard Didham