News from the University of California, Berkeley
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New UC Berkeley Vice Chancellor for Equity & Inclusion Dania Matos gives a rundown on the nuanced programming on campus for National Latinx Heritage Month this year.
The UC Berkeley Center for Security in Politics will study whether digital remote voting can be made safe enough to expand access to voting.
The ceremony symbolizes the care and support that distinguishes the Berkeley community.
"As I dance, I have this overwhelming sense of pride," says third-year Alexa Carrillo Espinoza, a member of the Berkeley student group, Reflejos de Mexico
Murders rose by more than 30% in 2020, says California Policy Lab research
Underground Scholar takes lived experiences of abuse and crime, and a creates prison to college program for arrested youth
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UC Berkeley scientists are finding chemicals produced by tumors that hasten death, but which could be blocked to increase life span and health span
This surge in philanthropic support permits the BCSP to pursue its first phase of programming
A robust lineup of artists, from Angélique Kidjo to Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, will be performing in Zellerbach Hall beginning Oct. 3
Pew Charitable Trusts awards UC Berkeley duo Elçin Ünal and Gloria Brar $200,000 over two years to study connection between cellular aging and longevity
An elite panel of Berkeley scholars will explore how to limit the damage of disinformation — or whether that's even possible.
Planetary scientist Shannon Curry is the new principal investigator for NASA's MAVEN mission, making her one of the youngest NASA PIs and the only woman running a Mars mission
Bakar Fellow Russell Vance is developing a way to disable cancer’s ability to block interferon production in hopes of boosting the effectiveness of immunotherapy
Forbes’ No. 1 ranking of Berkeley underscores that private universities are often engines of wealth inequality
Undocumented transfer student said he has already found the support and resources he needs to excel at Berkeley
Democrats are energized and turning out to keep the governor in office, poll finds
In his inaugural address, President Biden called for Americans to unite more than any other U.S. president. But in this Berkeley Talks episode, experts say unity is unrealistic and offer other ways to create a more just society