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CNR research covers cholera, obesity, environmental health and justice, nutrition-related chronic disease, health care access, air quality, and more.
CNR researchers are working with citizen scientists to gather data around the Bay Area and across the globe.
Breakthroughs highlights the notable and quotable from decades past and present of the Albright Lecture.
A sampling of fun facts on CNR—from the world's most widely eaten pineapple to the first hydroponic solution.
At the College of Natural Resources, researchers are investigating ways to meet the world’s energy needs through renewable-electricity access, clean-power storage solutions, and more.
Through the Program for Graduate Students in Extension, students gain valuable experience conducting applied research and outreach to California communities.
CNR students gain valuable experience working with faculty on real research studies.
Research by Berkeley Master of Development Practice students.
A Sampling of CNR Research in Obesity
Geri Bergen, former Tahoe National Forest Supervisor and alumna, was posthumously honored for her work in Californi… https://t.co/JksiZcKYO0
How did a flower evolve a "landing pad" for #bees? Read more about assistant professor Benjamin Blackman's discover… https://t.co/NSaLHn5TKf
.@michaelpolson8, a postdoc researcher in @ESPM_Berkeley, recently wrote an Op-Ed for the @latimes. In his piece, P… https://t.co/ATUnrd3e8Z
This month's #StudentSpotlight features Ella Griffith, a fourth-year undergraduate majoring in Conservation and Res… https://t.co/l5iwnybUTq
RT @fishteph: Fun day sampling #StrawberryCreek @UCBerkeley with students in my #FishEcology class. Today we characterized stream habitats…