News from the University of California, Berkeley
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UC Berkeley architecture and city planning professor Raymond Lifchez will be honored on Jan. 23 for his contributions to the success of Berkeley's Center for Independent Living and the independent living/disability rights movement
"We will always stand in unwavering support of all of our students and colleagues, regardless of immigration status," Christ and Dubón wrote.
Just talking or breathing can transmit the virus, new study shows
Student groups and event organizers at UC Berkeley will face fewer bureaucratic hurdles under a new set of rules governing major gatherings on campus. The rules were made public by administrators on Wednesday. The new
Close female relatives may be disproportionately viewed as annoying because of their more active involvement in family lives.
The dead trees have created potential fuel for dangerously unpredictable wildfires in the near future.
Andrea Roth learned the law in the courtrooms of Washington, D.C., where she was a public defender looking out for men and women accused of robbery, larceny and murder. Roth, who is now an assistant
Stefano Bertozzi led many new initiatives for the school, and will remain onboard as a faculty member
UC President Janet Napolitano and UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ today issued a statement supporting a student released from detention by federal immigration authorities
Prasad Raghavendra and Jennifer Doudna received awards for their work in computer science and chemical sciences, respectively
Berkeley researchers record from the surface of the brain to obtain best view yet of how prefrontal cortex coordinates our responses
Representative Barbara Lee honored two UC Berkeley Ph.D. candidates for their efforts to halt a Republican tax proposal that would have forced graduate students to pay taxes on the value of their education. Lee, a
Berkeley's Margaret Conkey is honored with one of anthropology's highest tributes.
Thomas Laqueur's book is recognized as a monumental achievement
Data from students, staff and faculty will inform action plan to strengthen prevention, response
A Berkeley researcher is buoyed by the response to a study of mental health issues facing California's corrections officers.
With recreational cannabis newly legal in California, the UC Botanical Garden has lined up a full roster of experts to discuss the latest research on the commercialization and use of the popular plant
“We all know him. That voice — the way he can inspire you… But I saw another side of him that showed me how hard his task really was,” says renowned civil rights lawyer and judge Thelton Henderson, speaking of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr