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Dan Nomura’s lab explores the human proteome for the development of next-generation therapeutics.
David Ackerly visited Washington D.C. to discuss federal investment in climate, fire, agriculture, and nutrition programs.
Thom Porter, a CNR almunus and the director of CAL FIRE, gave a speech as part of the William Main Seminar Series.
Researchers find that the passalid beetle's unique gut structure allows it to alter decaying wood into energy-abundant material.
Senior Javier Arias-Romero tells us about how his dedication to leading a healthy life has shaped his academic path, extracurriculars, and his goal of attending medical school.
Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist Ellen Bruno shares insight into her work on water policy in California and the relationship between climate change and water supply.
The award recognizes a Berkeley alum for their contributions to the community and world at large.
The Mark Foundation selected Dan Nomura to recieve an Accelerating Sceintific Platforms and Innovative Research (ASPIRE) Award, dedicated to funding high risk, high reward approaches to solving complex problems in cancer research.
A new study finds that in the Caribbean, independent island nations are less vulnerable to coral bleaching than island territories.
Patrick Gonzalez and Jonathan Jarvis commented on the effects of climate change and government shutdowns on national parks.
Professor Jill Banfield and other scientists discovered a protein called CasX, which is similar to CRISPR but has a big advantage in its extra small size.
The new Center will explore how cannabis production impacts the environment and society, and how these impacts will evolve under new regulations.
An ambitious new multicampus consortium is seeking ways to capture billions of tons of carbon dioxide and bring net carbon emissions in California to zero by 2045.
Five plant and microbial biology professors will revise undergraduate course curriculum for microbial biology majors.
Näär will co-lead a team developing new therapies for the treatment of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, a liver disease impacting millions globally.
The 2019 prize recognizes Zilberman for his work developing economic models for fundamental problems in agriculture, economics, and policy.
Heat trapped by greenhouse gases is raising ocean temperatures faster than previously thought, concludes an analysis of four recent ocean-heating observations.
Remote sensing data and census tract information reveal significant racial disparities in the adoption of rooftop solar photovoltaics.
New research highlights for the first time the widespread and deadly threat of the soil- and waterborne pathogen Phytophthora restoration sites.
Applications to the environmental leadership course will be accepted through January 25, 2019.
The Chancellor's Award for Advancing Institutional Excellence and Equity recognizes faculty who advance inclusion and diversity through their research, teaching, and service.
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