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Dan Kammen and Scott Wiener discuss the future of housing and transportation in the New York Times.
Research from alumnus Brandt Weary and professor Kipling Will has been featured in KQED’s Deep Look video series.
Hubbard is a leading expert in quantifying the hydrological and biogeochemical behavior of environmental systems.
The committee gathers nationally-recognized environmental economists to help design and propose policies.
Inez Fung and Brian Staskawicz have been elected foreign members of the Royal Society of London.
UC Berkeley community members met with College of Natural Resources Dean David Ackerly to discuss the ongoing Oxford Tract housing proposal.
Gain experience sharing complex scientific ideas with broad audiences.
Study finds that a decrease in heavy fog in the Central Valley can be chalked up to air pollution.
Three CNR students were semifinalists in the UC-sponsored speaking event.
An unexpected connection between insulin receptor and gene expression opens new doors.
A recent CNR alumna shares her experiences conducting and publishing research and her path to graduate school.
Steven Beissinger and John Harte are recognized for their contributions to the science of ecology.
Study finds that soda sales dropped drastically even before the tax went into effect.
Three Berkeley faculty members were selected for grants from the medical research nonprofit.
Grants will provide support for undergraduates who face financial, cultural, and other barriers to participate in summer internships that advance their career or academic interests.
Submit your best CNR-related images by April 19 for a chance to win prizes and to have your work featured online and in print.
Shapiro is a 2019 recipient of the institute’s Excellence Award in Global Economic Affairs.
Professor Dan Kammen and California state Senator Scott Wiener have co-authored a New York Times op-ed.
David Ackerly visited Washington D.C. to discuss federal investment in climate, fire, agriculture, and nutrition programs.
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.
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