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The 30x30 initiative employs an inclusive, collaborative approach to preserving biodiversity and mitigating climate change.
San Francisco Estuary's summer magazine highlights Professor Dennis Baldocchi's research and the role it plays in the restoration of Dutch Slough in Oakley.
PMB Professor Sabeeha Merchant breaks down the impact of sequencing the Chlamydomonas reinhardtii genome.
New research out of the lab of Metabolic Biology Professor Anders Näär could one day make treating SARS-CoV-2 infections as easy as using a nasal spray for allergies.
Díaz Leiva, PhD '21, spoke to Eos magazine about advancing environmental and social justice projects in California and Peru.
Co-founded in 2018 by ESPM lecturer Federico Castillo, the expanded program will offer Latinx students a UC-wide community of support.
In a recent LA Times op-ed, ESPM Professor Scott Stephens calls on forest managers to commit to active stewardship informed by Indigenous knowledge and cultural fire practitioners.
David J.X. González, Alexander Huezo, and Jesús Martínez-Gómez are among the 2022-23 cohort of fellows.
Research by former ESPM PhD student Jacob Bukoski and Professor Matthew D. Potts might serve as the building blocks for carbon sequestration studies.
The research collaboration aims to unlock intractable drug targets, discover new therapeutic modalities, and accelerate discovery of novel medicines.
Professor Scott Stephens explains how high-severity fires have drastically changed their environment.
Valentin-Alvarado breaks down his research for the Spanish-speaking community in this new video produced by Science at Cal
We thank Professors Catherine Koshland and Joseph Napoli for their service to the University.
A first-of-its-kind analysis by ESPM Professor Iryna Dronova found that plant diversity plays a key role in improving seasonal biomass stability.
The Berkeley Food Institute speaks to ESPM alum Mackenzie Feldman about her work on pesticide reform and interest in food systems.
The new graduate program will prepare students for careers as dietitians.
In a recent Wonderfest event, grad student Chandler Sutherland discusses plant and human immune systems, and how we can defend agricultural crops against disease.
In a recent Wonderfest event grad student Evan Groover discussed how gene editing technology can meet the needs of a growing human population and a warming world.
New commentary led by ESPM Professor Jonas Meckling urges governments to spur decarbonization by moving beyond the myths surrounding public investment in clean energy that discourage the use of public funds.
A new BFI policy brief suggests better soil management may be the key to climate resilience and drought tolerance in crops.
A breakthrough study by PMB Professor Sheng Luan uncovers how peptide emissions and calcium signals serve as “love notes” during the plant fertilization process.
Chlamydomonas, a single-celled alga, occupies a unique place in evolutionary history. For the 25th anniversary of t… https://t.co/yPDPA1YyXz
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