News from the University of California, Berkeley
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New assistant professor studies how freshwater biodiversity is responding to global change
UC Berkeley energy expert Severin Borenstein says the utility's move might mean the company's breakup, and also could impede green energy initiatives
Jeremy Geffen, the next executive and artistic director of Berkeley's performing arts organization, arrives from one of the nation's top cultural centers
He's an expert in various areas of probability theory and related areas
Since she was a kid, Miko Fogarty's life revolved around ballet. But after she joined a company at 17, she wasn't happy and decided to end her ballet career. Now, she's a junior at UC Berkeley, with plans of attending medical school.
This morning, arborists working for UC Berkeley removed five diseased or damaged trees from People’s Park in order to complete tree maintenance work begun over the holidays
Haas School of Business's newest building has earned TRUE Zero Waste certification at the highest possible level along with a LEED Platinum certification for its energy-efficient design and operation
Fernando Flores returns to his alma mater with the idea of preparing lawyers of the future to be better prepared to assist minority clients
Frank Bunger, who graduated from Berkeley Haas with an MBA in 2018, began pursuing his childhood dream of space travel by starting Orion Span while still a student
Recent observations show ocean heating is in line with climate change models, and is accelerating
Study reveals racial disparities in the adoption of rooftop photovoltaics
Switch increases functionality of CRISPR-Cas9, such as sensing the presence of cancer or infectious bacteria
Berkeley graduate student Alexander Stubbs matched the recording made by U.S. Embassy staffers in Havana to the Indies short-tailed cricket, an insect with a special sound
Professor of Near Eastern Studies co-authored a translation of the biblical Song of Songs with his then-wife Chana Bloch that is considered a classic.
The political science professor has thought and written about walls and sovereignty for a long time
Grad students likely to publish more research in welcoming and unbiased institutional culture.
Absorbent polymer sops up chemotherapy drugs from bloodstream after treatment
UC Berkeley lawyer Paula Raffaelli volunteered to help detainees navigate the legal system and says, "You all must know that these women are absolute warriors. They have been through hell and they’re still going through it."
Pensions also keep teachers in classrooms, according to new research from UC Berkeley and the National Institute on Retirement Security
Daniel Weisz, an assistant professor of astronomy, received an early-career award from the American Astronomical Society