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In a commentary in Nature, associate professor of energy and resources David Anthoff offers guidance to the Biden administration on calculating climate change damages.
Fourth year undergraduate Aileen Lavelle has studied marine biology through various internship and educational opportunities.
The Network is a coalition of governmental, tribal, and scientific institutions to conserve the state’s biodiversity.
The Association honors Goldstein’s significant contributions to aerosol science and technology.
An international team led by Anders Näär has uncovered a crucial regulator of energy metabolism, impacting metabolic diseases such as obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Kremen is recognized for her research in conservation biology and agricultural land use.
Professor Banfield on her early CRISPR connections with the Nobel laureate.
Nutritional Sciences & Toxicology professor Dan Nomura applies his past research to search for anti-viral drugs.
ARE professor Ethan Ligon and other campus experts will use simulation technologies as part of new AI Institute for Next Generation for Food Systems.
A new study finds that fences’ environmental impacts are underestimated and deserve a focused discipline.
Banfield studies the genomes of microorganisms such as bacteria and archaea.
The second annual State of College address featured information on faculty hires, equity and inclusion efforts, capital projects, and more.
ESPM professor Dara O’Rourke and graduate student Niklas Lollo examine a tool designed by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition.
Nutritional Sciences & Toxicology professor Marc Hellersteins aims to develop a vaccine which sparks long-lasting immunity.
UC Cooperative Extension specialists in the Bartolome-Huntsinger lab collaborated on a new study.
Mascarenhas is the editor of the new textbook Lessons in Environmental Justice.
This edition of Student Spotlight features PhD candidate Vera L. Chang, who speaks about her journalism and food justice research.
The recent Albright Lecture featured a discussion between the Trust for Public Land and other community leaders.
Rausser College welcomes eight professors to the faculty team this fall.
The College welcomes 783 new students from 23 states and 23 different countries.
Rausser College program manager Cat Ming Hubbard was featured in a Berkeley Women 150 series for her actions as a staff leader.
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