by Kelly Hill
In New Sarpy, Louisiana, residents live near and downwind from three petrochemical plants. Each year, the refineries release tons of pollution into the air and water of the surrounding communities.
by Jeannette Warnert, ANR
Ignacio Chapela, assistant professor of ecosystem sciences at UC Berkeley, was one of four scientists at a discussion on December 10, “The Pulse of Scientific Freedom in the Age of the Biotech Industry.” At the on-campus event, the researchers discus
Public Memorial Planned for Don Dahlsten
by Sarah Yang
Berkeley - A new study led by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, has found genetic differences in a sampling of a species of hot spring-loving microbes from around the world.