News from the University of California, Berkeley
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Paul Foronoff filled two whole apartments with movie magazines, posters, stills, other periodicals and ephemera, much it from the pre-Mao era
The university is seeking a court order to block the scheme, which apparently involved enrolling students in sham “clinical trials” and “recruiting” them at campus job fairs to gain access to their health insurance information.
David J. Peterson, who created the new language for HBO's 'Game of Thrones,' found his passion for linguistics as a Berkeley undergrad
With the help of funding from the Big Ideas@Berkeley competition, Adam Rao created Tabla, a device that uses sound waves to detect the presence of pneumonia
A talk by Ann Coulter, the conservative author and pundit whose invitation to speak on campus sparked new concerns over safety and security, can be rescheduled for the afternoon of Tuesday, May 2, Berkeley officials announced today.
Gravitational lens reveals magnified Type Ia supernova from across the universe
With Earth Day approaching, student dancers will take the stage to explore how humans interact with each other and the natural world in Berkeley Dance Project 2017, the last show of the season by the Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies.
Why are humans so bad at thinking about climate change? That provocative question opens the new series, Climate Lab, which looks at solutions to a daunting challenge
New book tracks the extraordinary life of a man with an elementary school education who became a Berkeley professor and police chief and criminal justice pioneer
The 2017 Soros Fellowships for New Americans recipients include three UC Berkeley students, past and present.
2017 Othering & Belonging Conference promo
The campus's annual open house invites the whole world to campus this Saturday, April 22
Starting today, hands-on events will highlight active transportation, local and organic food, climate action, reducing waste, saving water, environmental justice, renewable energy and other aspects of sustainability
Mary Ann Mason, a faculty affiliate of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, discusses ideas from her new book Babies of Technology: Assisted Reproduction and the Rights of the Child
Was it a comet or asteroid, volcanic eruptions, both or neither. Come find out.
Berkeley Law professor David Lieberman and sociology professor Trond Petersen today were named the recipients
The Oral History Center at the Bancroft Library chronicled how Freedom to Marry moved public opinion and the legal standing of same-sex marriage
Appeal asks court to reinstate interference between UC patent application and Broad patent for revolutionary gene-editing technology
The key component is an extremely porous material called a metal-organic framework that absorbs 20 percent of its weight in water from low-humidity air