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The alumnus and Coopertive Extension Specialist is on a mission to enlist citizen scientists to stomp out sudden oak death in California.
Tessa Emmer and Avery Resor are on a mission to sell sustainably harvested seaweed.
The College of Natural Resources has a new dean, plant ecologist and evolutionary biologist David Ackerly.
Jim Lugg's (BS 1956, Soil Science) career in agriculture has earned him a reputation as one of the inventors of the modern salad.
Tiffany Tran (BS 2014 Environmental Sciences, Environmental Economic and Policy) is passionate about finding where business and sustainability converge.
Oakland city council member Dan Kalb (BS 1982, Conservation of Natural Resources) tackles global issues with local impact.
Alumna Astrid Scholz (PhD 2001, Energy and Resources Group) seeks to disrupt the social-change industry with Sphaera Solutions.
Alumna Christa Brown Campbell (BS 1995, Plant and Microbial Biology) takes over as CNR's new Alumni Association president.
.@UCBerkeley and @NovartisScience researchers are harnessing the cellular “trash can” to fight cancer. New research… https://t.co/DAanR1lTWF
RT @UCBerkeley: What drives Yellowstone's massive elk migrations? 🦌🦌 #BerkeleyResearch
The spring issue of Breakthroughs magazine highlights #citizenscience projects taking place across the College and… https://t.co/dROJAsRRHV
Scott Stephens speaks with @KQED about wildfires as California continues to be in a state of crisis over more frequ… https://t.co/h454lNwFJJ
The Global Alliance of Universities on Climate has been officially formed—and @UCBerkeley is one of 12 universities… https://t.co/hvVrBJqYaX