The Future of Biotechnology
September 15, 2020
Our faculty and alumni panelists delve into the latest innovations and trends, impacts of artificial intelligence and data science, and diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in biotechnology.
Lightning Talk with Ali Mesbah
Toward Autonomy for Complex Chemical and Biomolecular Systems
Don't miss the chance to hear from Ali Mesbah, Associate Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at UC Berkeley, as he provides an overview of his research and its potential societal implications.
Food Technology in the 21st Century
Oct 29, 2020
To kickoff our Berkeley Food Tech Ecosystem, we are hosting a panel discussion on Food Technology in the 21st Century by talking with several experts in applying technological innovations to improve access to healthy and sustainable foods. Join us for a live Q&A at the end of the panel.
Innovations in Brewing
March 24, 11:00 AM PDT
College of Chemistry R&D Engineer Esayas Kelkile guides us through the ins and outs of the brewing experience, chatting with Berkeley alumni at Berkeley Yeast, Impossible Foods, and Anheuser-Busch. Don’t miss the chance to hear from these innovators about where the industry is going.
Leveraging Green Chemistry to Produce Sustainable Materials & Safer Products
Dec 16, 2020
To kick off our Berkeley Advanced Materials, Products & Technologies Ecosystem, we hosted a Lightning Talk on green chemistry, sustainable materials and safer products. Tune in to hear from Marty Mulvihill, current advisor and initial Executive Director at the Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry for his presentation and recorded Q&A.
Chem & Big Tech
January 27, 2021
Join College of Chemistry Sr. Lecturer Steve Sciamanna and alumni June Yang (VP & GM, Google Cloud), Michael Vyvoda (Director Product Operations, Apple), and Laura Oliphant (VC Investor & Technology Veteran) for a riveting discussion. Watch these industry leaders discuss artificial intelligence, big data and big analysis, sustainability, and other trends within today's technological world.
DEI in STEM
February 24, 2020 11:00 AM PDT
Anne Baranger, our newly appointed Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, facilitates a discussion with College of Chemistry alumni on their personal and professional experiences with DEI in higher education and various industries.
Water Harvesting from Air Anytime Anywere
Wednesday, April 14 at 12 p.m. PDT
Check out this exciting talk by College of Chemistry Professor Omar M. Yaghi. It is estimated that by 2050 nearly half of the world population will live in water stressed regions. Join us for a critical discussion on how water can be harvested from the air to address the global water challenge. Don’t miss the chance to ask your questions and hear about how MOFs could capture water from desert climates making the vision of "water independence" potentially realizable to the citizens of the world.
The Future of Batteries
November 19, 2020
For this inaugural Energy Ecosystem panel, College of Chemistry Professor Bryan McCloskey led a discussion with alumni Amy Prieto, Anouck Champsaur and Steve Harris on the future of batteries and renewable energy. Tune in to hear from these innovators in the energy sector as they discuss the latest trends in the field.