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Haas School of Business student Santiago Pezzoni is bridging the gap between underbanked consumers and financial institutions in South America.
UC Berkeley University Health Services Medical Director Anna Harte and Assistant Vice Chancellor Guy Nicolette sent the following message to the campus community Wednesday: Over the last week or so we have seen a notable
UC Berkeley professor emeritus John Swartzberg explains how, for some patients, acute COVID-19 infection is just the beginning
Drake will be the 21st president of the 10-campus UC system and start no later than Aug. 15
Chancellor Carol Christ and Vice Provost for Academic Planning and Senior International Officer Lisa Alvarez-Cohen sent the following message to the campus community on Tuesday: Yesterday, the Department of Homeland Security issued new guidance to universities
Resourceful and affordable, about 600 apparatuses from Grace O'Connell's lab head to Ecuador this month
Despite strong government efforts to address economic insecurity, continued support and bold policy are essential as the pandemic continues
Student Reece Whitley reflects on the Black Lives Matter movement, and the importance of voting
Top leaders at UC Berkeley discuss how the campus is challenging convention in its new approach to instruction and learning, and consider what the implications for higher education are likely to be
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Publication will help validate - or debunk - the thousands of coronavirus research papers that are published on preprint servers
UC Berkeley chemists will lead a national effort to co-opt the cell's protein-making machinery to create novel polymers.
Kenichi Soga, Chancellor's Professor in civil and environmental engineering, is using fiber-optic cables to monitor structures ranging from tunnels to building foundations.
First-year students will explore identity, gain leadership skills for life of agency
Analyzing saliva samples could speed COVID-19 testing of asymptomatic individuals, facilitating a safe opening of campus in the fall
Emeric Kennard's art explores gender, bodily identity, science, environment, cultural survival
After George Floyd's death, Amnesty International, with help from Berkeley students, tracked human rights violations by police against protesters
Chancellor Carol Christ and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost A. Paul Alivisatos sent the following message to the campus community on Monday: After seven years at the helm of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism,
Primates' neural computations shed new light on the evolution of language
Professor describes innovative research on how to turn political opposition into support on LGBTQ rights, immigration and other issues