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Two Berkeley projects assess the present and predict the future of Earth's ecosystem.
rOpenSci moves mountains of data to transform environmental research.
CNR students gain valuable experience working with faculty on real research studies.
Alumna Astrid Scholz (PhD 2001, Energy and Resources Group) seeks to disrupt the social-change industry with Sphaera Solutions.
Four CNR social scientists talk about economic and political repercussions of our warming planet.
Alumna Christa Brown Campbell (BS 1995, Plant and Microbial Biology) takes over as CNR's new Alumni Association president.
Rising tuition and costs of living mean unprecedented hardships for doctoral and master’s-level students.
Targeting triple negative breast cancer | A new tree of life | Tiny houses | Reconnecting people to native food … and more
CNR’s International and Executive Programs | A Nobel Prize-worthy bike rack | Faculty Accolades … and more
Climate Change & the Future of California
Microbiology professor John Coates on the intersection of microbiology and engineering.
Professor Nancy Lee Peluso documents smallholder gold mining in Indonesia, an unregulated industry that has exploded in the past 20 years.
Berkeley professors participating in the Science to Solutions @CNR program explain their innovative suggestions for making real change.
Congratulations to Isha Ray, associate professor @ERGBerkeley and and co-director of @BerkeleyWater, who has been n… https://t.co/kDnt2XYuPL
Partnering with the George Wright Society, CNR’s Institute for Parks, People, and Biodiversity launched Parks Stewa… https://t.co/LccwVrmk3e
Watch @tarynfransen, an @ERGBerkeley PhD candidate and senior fellow at the @WorldResources Global Climate Program,… https://t.co/YiAQbjI549
RT @UCBerkeley: "While many elite private universities across the country didn’t admit women as students until women’s suffrage was accepte…
RT @ScienceAtCal: This Saturday's Science Lecture: The hidden world of vibrations with Dr. Damian O. Elias. January 18, 2020 at 11:00 am. 1…