News from the University of California, Berkeley
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UC Berkeley’s Office of Communications and Public Affairs was recently given a behind-the-scenes tour of the mine, a rare glimpse at the campus’s mining history — follow along
The University of California yesterday filed its opening brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, D.C., in support of its appeal of the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s
The study is the first to examine racial, ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in noise pollution nationally.
UC Berkeley officials said today they are confident they will be able to accommodate a request for conservative commentator Ben Shapiro to speak on campus on Sept. 14.
Cas enzymes that place viral DNA into CRISPR region of bacteria rely on flexibility and shape
Judge Thelton Henderson is interviewed on Be the Change, a series is created and hosted by Savala Trepczynski, the executive director of the center that bears his name
Berkeley scientists to develop safer and better CRISPR tools and apply them to medicine and mosquito gene drives
The tug of war between skin cells drives the formation of feathers in chickens, and likely hairs and sweat glands in humans
Berkeley scientists have built a new test for Zika virus infections that would enhance both diagnosis and timely treatment of the disease.
Fertility preservation and hair electrolysis join a full list of care offered trans students on campus
The new director of UC Berkeley's Institute of Governmental Studies sees IGS as a thought leader and a model in a turbulent time.
Scientists will develop new tools, including light field microscopy and holographic projection, to read and write to the brain
One summer camp at UC Berkeley opened up new worlds for Savion Green.
Evidence is emerging that toxic chemicals and stress are a bad combination for pregnant women
Proteins adapted from viruses could be standard kill switch for CRISPR-Cas9 therapies
Fledgling peregrine falcon Lux, one of two chicks born on UC Berkeley’s Campanile in May, died yesterday after flying into a window on the 10th floor of Evans Hall on campus
Creator of Villa Termiti, which was a home for termites and then other infesting insects, Vernard Lewis leaves Berkeley after 35-year career
The regional I-Corps program, a collaboration among UC Berkeley, UCSF and Stanford, teaches entrepreneurs from STEM disciplines to take a hard look at their ideas and turn them into products with high market potential
A pilot program allowing some freshman applicants to submit letters from teachers or mentors gave a slight boost for underrepresented students