UC Berkeley unveils first-of-its-kind, architectural-scale 3-D-printed cement structure

UC Berkeley unveils first-of-its-kind, architectural-scale 3-D-printed cement structure with photos

A UC Berkeley research team led by Ronald Rael, associate professor of architecture, is unveiling the first and largest powder-based 3-D-printed cement structure built to date. The debut of “Bloom,” which stands 9 feet tall, is a demonstration of the architectural potential of 3-D printing.

$13 million gift launches new maternal and child health center at School of Public Health

$13 million gift launches new maternal and child health center at School of Public Health

Dr. Helen Wallace, a world-renowned professor, mentor and advocate known for her passion for improving the lives of women and children, has left a bequest valued at more than $13 million to UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health. The funds will launch the Wallace Maternal and Child Health Center, the campus announced today (Monday, March 2).