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The College of Natural Resources Alumni Association invites CNR alumni, students and their families to the annual CNR Homecoming Picnic during Reunion & Parents Weekend.
Enjoy the taco bar, refreshing drinks and sweet treats as you...
Lecture by Sarah Vaughn, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, UC Berkeley
The focus of the Raizada Lab is to develop low cost technologies that empower farmers in North America, Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, focusing on technologies that reduce the need for synthetic nitrogen fertilizers and pesticides to grow...
Most vascular flowering plants are able to form symbiotic associations with arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi.
In the Komeili Lab, we have developed the tools to understand the molecular basis of magnetosome formation and magnetite biomineralization in Magnetospirillum magneticum AMB-1.
A paradigm for more than a decade, it has been known that host membranes respond to pathogen perception.
Can innovation change the future of US nuclear power plants? https://t.co/Phzoruffon
Over 600 first year and transfer students join the CNR community this week during Golden Bear Orientation!… https://t.co/POJFBWRT3K
CA’s Healthy Soils Initiative taps Whendee Silver’s research on carbon farming for new program - https://t.co/QmLIFAdfKx
Metabolic biology students now have the opportunity to work with select UCSF faculty, thanks to a new partnership: https://t.co/TBiEzVhcd8
RT @UCBerkeley: #WeAreGolden: Berkeley again is TOP U.S. public university in new #ARWU rankings https://t.co/GmMqtBC0bV @ShanghaiRanking h…