News from the University of California, Berkeley
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From a bench with mourning bears to a plaque at the base of a towering redwood, memorials to U.S. veterans can be found across the UC Berkeley campus.
DexNet 2.0 can pick up and move unfamiliar, irregularly-shaped everyday items with a 99 percent success rate.
He will begin his new role on July 1 for a two-year term as interim dean for the newly created Division of Data Sciences
For 50 years, Gibbons studied the large protein motors that move microtubules in cells and make sperm tails flick
Michael Manga teams with Berkeley Lab scientists to understand why pumice floats (or sinks)
Coastal oceanographer Francis Smith takes to the waves to demonstrate the dangers at California beaches
A collection of moments from commencement 2017 in words, photos and videos
Jen King, who completed the I School's doctoral program while raising two young children, challenged universities and the tech sector to do a better job accommodating parents in her commencement speech at the School of Information’s graduation ceremony.
Feras Fahed Abushaar, student speaker at his graduation in International and Area Studies, told his story as part of a strong statement about Berkeley's place as a force for empowering positive change in the world
Colleagues across the UC Berkeley campus mourn the loss of poet and scholar Chana Bloch.
Psychologists find examples of conscientiousness, such as working hard, paying attention to detail and striving to do the right thing, throughout the animal kingdom.
Graduate students in architecture work with associate professor Paz Gutierrez aim big as they begin to unravel the elaborate construction secrets of the weaver bird.
Steve Stoute — a cultural force who has built a name in the music industry and as a marketing and brand entrepreneur — got statistics graduates to their feet with his surprise guest: DJ Khaled
Post-graduation, Patrick Ford plans to help build a network of manbassador programs nationwide
The Board of Regents today reaffirmed UC’s historic commitment to California residents by limiting the proportion of out-of-state and international students at its nine undergraduate campuses
UC Berkeley’s Institute for the Study of Societal Issues awarded social change prizes to five local activist scholars, including three Berkeley students engaged in education-related projects.
Newton Nguyen overcame disability and self-doubt on his path to success — both as a student and a triathlete
The current and founding dean of the UC Irvine School of Law will begin his five-year term at Berkeley on July 1
A 14-year veteran of the Marine Corps and Army, Capt. Joe Bush now uses storytelling to be an advocate
Bowles Hall's reopening as a residential college in 2016 was led by Sayles, a 1952 alum and former Bowlesman