News from the University of California, Berkeley
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"The longer that normal operations are disrupted, the more dire the situation becomes," two Berkeley leaders write
Greater Good Science Center director is one of 27 people 'bridging divides across the U.S.'
Topics covered included how researchers are responding to the shelter-in-place order, how students can cope and how staff should stay connected to their work and colleagues while working from home
Africa's health system has improved significantly, but the rise of COVID-19 will test the continent and its 1.2 billion people, says Edward Miguel
Bacteria on nanowires convert sunlight, carbon dioxide and water to organic building blocks for fuels and drugs on other planets
UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design Archives feature prestigious alumna’s hand-sketched drawings for women’s buildings
Poster sessions became "fabulous, thought-provoking and visually great" videos, professor raves
More than 50 UC and local volunteers will process patient samples to provide results in less than 24 hours.
As we continue to adjust to our new reality created by COVID-19, both with respect to work and our personal lives, it is more important than ever to pause and think about the broader values and personal meaning that this day represents.
The author of the book On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal discusses the need for a fundamental transformation of our economy and politics as climate disruptions accelerate
Cognitive scientist explains why we choose to believe some things and not others
UC Berkeley, University of Illinois to host C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute to use AI and machine learning to tackle societal problems
Oral histories from female alum that fought for civil and political rights in the 1960s
"The semester’s ending in the most dramatic fashion,” says one graduating senior
Turnover of land animals 252 million years ago took hundreds of thousands of years, while marine organisms died off much quicker
Despite COVID-19, campus employees maintain a sense of community
With millions now working from home, Berkeley's Cristina Banks says employers and employees face crucial questions about workplace culture
Associate Vice Chancellor for Communications and Public Affairs sent the following message to the campus community on Monday: On Wednesday, March 25 from 11:10 a.m. to noon the Office of Communications and Public Affairs will
Chancellor Carol Christ sent the following message to graduating seniors on Monday, along with a link to a survey: Many of you have reached out to inquire about our plans for commencement this May. Your