News from the University of California, Berkeley
Updated: 58 min 48 sec ago
Students are encouraged to be in direct contact with instructors if they have any questions about their specific courses
To recognize Miguel’s contribution to the winners’ “experimental approach to alleviating poverty,” the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has invited him to the Nobel Prize award ceremony
Gift from biotech entrepreneur Terry Rosen and his wife, Tori, will jump-start plans for the building, to open in 2023
Chief Campus Counsel David Robinson makes a point to get out of his office
Wendy Brown, a professor of political science at UC Berkeley, says most walling, like the barriers at the U.S.-Mexico border, increases the magnitude and complexity of what is was built to repel
Alvin Cheung works on data management and studies how people write programs.
He studies how human cognition is different from animal cognition
Marantz will speak Wednesday evening with Chancellor Carol Christ and Ed Wasserman, dean of Berkeley's journalism school
Bailey Farren and her young alumni team hope Perimeter will save lives
'Overall we are encouraged by how the campus responded and proud of the way in which so many across our large and diverse community pulled together to support one another,' the leaders write
1:45 p.m. update: Classes will remain canceled today but research activities and special events may resume.
Solar-powered microgrids may be the key to energy resilience in the face of increasing wildfire risk and cybersecurity threats, says UC Berkeley energy expert
Giving countries exclusive access to fisheries within 200 miles of shore gives them the incentive to police unauthorized fishing and protect ocean resources
"There are a number of myths about elections that we've been hearing, saying that they are secure. And I want to shoot down two of those key myths," said the board chair of Verified Voting, who gave the 2019 Minner Distinguished Lecture in Engineering Ethics
NASA launches mission to explore frontier of space
5:44 PM update: Depending on the restoration of power, campus may be open for research activities and special events Friday evening.
Answers to queries about classes, facilities and the campus's power supply
10:50 a.m. update: Power is down on the core campus. All classes are canceled. Some buildings are running on emergency power.
5:57 p.m. update: Campus leaders will continue to monitor this fluid situation into the night
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