EETD’s Bill Tschudi is quoted in a National Geographic story about a recent study that shows up to 30 percent of the nation’s 12 million data center machines are drawing power without actually doing anything. More>
Hired by UC Berkeley in 1943, he worked on the Manhattan Project, studying the chemistry of plutonium and devising separation techniques. In 1974 he became a principal investigator at Berkeley Lab, retiring in 1988. More>
The author of “African American Women Chemists” presented a talk on August 18 as part of the Lab’s Diversity & Inclusion Initiative. She described her life in science and how research was conducted before computers. More>
The replacement of sewer piping will require lane closures on Lawrence Road near Building 61. Flaggers will be in place during this month-long project to control the flow of traffic. Vehicles and pedestrians should use caution in this area.
Closure will continue through 4 p.m. The roadway between Building 6 and 34 will be open to two-way traffic during closure to allow access to Buildings 6, 15, 80, and 2. Parking will be blocked off in this area.