News from the University of California, Berkeley
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UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business in spring offers a cross-listed class in this potentially disruptive technology to business, engineering and law students
Police officers and staff hand out 45 turkeys, produce boxes and $40 supermarket gift cards
Researchers use cryo-EM to obtain detailed picture of how immune system interacts with bacteria to alert our body to infection
Berkeley alums also on '30 under 30' lists published this week by Forbes
It’s Big Game week, the time when the Cal community hates all things red, burns our Peninsula rivals on social media and remembers, fondly, that famous game-winning, trombone-crushing, five-lateral, 1982 Big Game kickoff return. In
The Urban Displacement Project at UC Berkeley is expanding its scope as gentrification and displacement pressures are increasingly experienced throughout Northern California.
Dan Hammer is the prize's first-ever honoree for his work to to make satellite imagery easier for journalists to use.
In the words of Robert D. Haas, Biddy has been “California Hall’s Swiss Army knife: He performed a wide variety of important functions, and did all of them well.”
Is free speech free? If you can answer that provocative question in 500 words or fewer, you might win the annual Lili Fabilli and Eric Hoffer Essay Prize, which honors brevity alongside brilliance in writing. The
A scholar of the movement explains what he's learned.
New works will explore the origins of the Internet and the immigrant experience, especially for those who came to America as children
Applications are being accepted for a new, online master's of information and cybersecurity program, offered in collaboration with the College of Engineering and the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity
The report looks at the impacts of the state’s minimum wage increases, increased access to health insurance, reduction of carbon emissions and higher taxes on the wealthy.
What is the economic cost of one more ton of carbon dioxide emissions?
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is being observed UC-wide.
Earlier breeding allows birds to raise young at cooler temperatures, avoiding warming climes
The campus earned the league’s coveted Gold ranking, up from Silver, which it first won in 2013
UC Berkeley emeritus professor of music is the first musicologist to be so honored
Tribal members, scholars pay homage to humble maker of indigenous language lexicon
Conservative and liberal student groups square off in annual debate.