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I am fascinated by how cells are organized in time and space. My research group studies how cells manage time to create highly variable yet accurate cell division cycles.
Join the “Building Equitable and Inclusive Food Systems at UC Berkeley” team for an unveiling of our interactive, participatory UC Berkeley Foodscape Map.
"Local fishery, global commodity: Fisheries conflict and competition in West Africa"
Refreshments at 11:30 in 132 Mulford Hall
Patagonia Case Competition
How can we better communicate science to the public?
With the US’s commitment to the Paris Agreement in question and the future of federal climate change policy unclear, what steps should California take to remain at the forefront of climate action policy?
The CNR Alumni Association is kicking off this years' event calendar with a CNR Alumni Networking Reception on April 25th at Drakes's Dealership .
Conservation and resource studies major Sheena Hamid on the importance of responsible consumption of #PalmOil https://t.co/KBw4QNYPB9
What Washington’s famous cherry blossoms can teach us about climate change - @voxdotcom interview w/… https://t.co/sGtJYKcDma
Want to spend fall semester doing field research on the island of Moorea? Undergads: Apply for ESPMC107 by April 15! https://t.co/5XbZznceyZ
Forestry Club students reforest Tightwad Hill on campus: https://t.co/GpqDnG77Mt
RT @ucanrwater: "Some growers diverting from headwaters of small creeks & we’ve seen them pumping streams dry" says @ESPM_Berkeley research…