News from the University of California, Berkeley
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The former Berkeley Journalism professor and alumnus spoke on campus in 1990 about his deeply personal documentary about Black gay love and sexuality
Campus is getting vaccine into people's arms "as quickly as we can"
“The republic is as frayed as it's ever been since probably the mid-19th century, in the period just before, during and after the Civil War," says Berkeley expert
Live webcast: Thursday, February 4 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. (Pacific) Add to Calendar Join four former Secretaries of Homeland Security for a conversation about current issues in homeland security, the overlap between security and politics, and
Berkeley conservationist discovers the first evidence of visual communication among tropical glass frogs
Randy Katz, a computer scientist and Wi-Fi pioneer who served as the University of California, Berkeley’s vice chancellor for research for three years, during which time he shepherded the campus through a year-long phased reopening
Impeachment is about “sending a message to the future,” not getting Trump out of office
One of the Department of Energy's highest honors, the E. O. Lawrence award is named after UC Berkeley's first Nobel laureate and the namesake of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Multiple spacecraft detect giant gamma-ray flare, allowing localization of the flare to a magnetar in a star-forming region in a nearby galaxy
If and when staff, faculty and students are eligible for the vaccine, they will receive email instructions on how to make an appointment
Structural map of protein ORF8 has already laid the groundwork for new antiviral treatments tailored specifically to SARS-CoV-2
Researchers use animal tracking GPS data to highlight Wyoming fences that are impeding the movements of mule deer and pronghorn antelope
The news represents light at the end of what has been a difficult and challenging time
Berkeley scholars discuss how law enforcement's response to the attack on the Capitol may have been more excessive for groups of a different cause
UC Berkeley's Othering and Belonging Institute will host a livestream Q&A with OBI Director john a. powell and law professor Ian Haney Lopez about the chaos in Washington, D.C. this week.
GivingFund allows those who are interested in giving back to deposit a percentage of their income that they can then donate to nonprofits based on their preferences.
Militia expert Lawrence Rosenthal says Donald Trump encouraged militants who attacked U.S. Capitol.
Pundits ponder how to safeguard democracy in the coming weeks, months and years
UC Berkeley lecturer leaves "a legacy of service and commitment"
UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost A. Paul Alivisatos shared a message with the campus community Wednesday in response to the violence that occurred today in Washington D.C.