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Hawaii’s Bugs May Hold Key to Biodiversity
A new $2 million NSF grant funds research on Hawaii's insect and spider life.
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... Polar Bears, That Is
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Yucatan Field Trip
"It's a big plastic stomach ... in the yard, with a pipe that leads into the kitchen.
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Next Big Thing
Recent CNR grads make their marks.
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Damir Dugonjic '11 competed in the 100-meter breaststroke at the London 2012 Olympics.
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Green Chemistry Wins $3.4 Million Grant
NSF grant supports a systems approach to fostering technology innovations in solar energy, biofuel, and energy storage systems.
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A publication team from John Taylor's lab hit the rare benchmark of 10,000 citations, according to Google Scholar.
Four Generations, One College
“I’ve been involved with agriculture all my life,” said Burton Anderson, ’49. Anderson is the second of four generations of his family members who have received degrees from the College of Natural Resources in its various incarnations over the years.
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Science Through an Antique Lens
The exhibit “A World Examined: Microscopes from the Age of Enlightenment to the 20th Century,” now on display at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), features a selection of antique microscopes from UC Berkeley’s Golub Collection.
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China Is Trending
The Plant and Microbial Biology (PMB) Department doesn’t have a formal exchange program with China, but several of its professors have started what might be called a PMB–China trend.
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