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Landmark U.S. environmental policies are 50 years old. Where do we go from here?
California’s high energy prices offer lessons for the nation’s renewables-focused energy policy.
Whendee Silver’s research shows that compost doesn’t just benefit farmers—it captures carbon.
Understanding the links between environmental change and public health is essential for creating effective solutions.
Berkeley researchers join the largest-ever delegation of women scientists to visit Antarctica.
Gordon Rausser, former dean and professor emeritus, makes a momentous naming gift to the College.
Professor Peggy Lemaux investigates new methods to make sorghum and other crops more climate resilient.
Britt Glaunsinger uncovers how viruses interact with—and steal from—their hosts.
Dan Nomura’s lab explores the human proteome for the development of next-generation therapeutics.
Pacific Crest Trail hikers help gather phenological data.
Neil Tsutsui invites the public to join the scientific process through citizen science and outreach projects.
Journalist Mary Ellen Hannibal introduces our citizen science issue and traces the origins of the movement.
In both the classroom and the field, evolutionary ecologist Erica Bree Rosenblum listens closely for the answers.
Plant and Microbial Biology professor Arash Komeili charts the course of magnetotactic bacteria.
Jennifer Sowerwine works to restore culturally relevant food systems to immigrant and Native American populations.
CNR faculty lead wide-ranging research initiatives at the Innovative Genomics Institute.
Retracing the steps of pioneering naturalist Joseph Grinnell to document how California’s creatures have responded to an evolving environment.
Andreas Stahl's campus collaborations in fighting obesity with fat.
Professor Daniel Kammen combines science with environmental policy in the quest for sustainable power.
A Berkeley-Illinois collaboration experiments with photosynthesis to increase crop yield.