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CNR research concludes that for every 1-degree-Fahrenheit increase in global temperatures, the U.S. economy stands to lose about 0.7 percent of its gross domestic product.
The senior Conservation and Resources Studies major shares insights on conducting research in Taiwan, the CNR Honors Program, and more.
Collaboration aims to unlock difficult drug targets and accelerate the discovery of new therapeutics.
A new study from UC Berkeley researchers helps create a clearer understanding of how networks of plants and pollinators form over time to create communities.
Professor Krishna Niyogi's research on photosynthesis has been bolstered by a $45 million, five-year reinvestment.
A new study identifies and maps how a natural chemical found in Indian winter cherry suppresses breast cancer cell growth.
Student group CLEAR aims to mentor the next generation of science communicators by engaging in open, transparent, and active conversations with the public about science and research.
In our first student spotlight of the fall semester, Megan Conner shares her passion for writing and analysis, her favorite CNR class, and her experience in the Cal Energy Corps program.
KQED featured ESPM grad student Ignacio Escalante's research on daddy longlegs' movements in their "Deep Look" video series.
The College of Natural Resources is delighted to welcome four new faculty members to the College in 2017.
After 11 years leading the College of Natural Resources, Dean J. Keith Gilless will step down in June 2018.
Valeri Vasquez, a PhD candidate in the Energy & Resources Group, has received a 2017 ACM SIGHPC/Intel Computational and Data Science Fellowship.
Graduate students studying metabolic biology in the department of Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology now have the opportunity to work with select UCSF faculty, thanks to a new partnership.
A new study by graduate student Tamma Carleton links climate change to increased suicide rates among India's farmers.
Professor Gordon Rausser and his co-authors have received recognition from the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association for their new book on structuring public-private partnerships.
New research finds that energy storage prices are falling faster than solar or wind technology costs, outcompeting coal and natural gas plants
We’re proud to announce that Susan Hubbard and Margaret Torn have been elected fellows of the American Geophysical Union, an honor given to just 0.1 % of AGU membership annually.
The College of Natural Resources congratulates the faculty members who retired from UC Berkeley this summer.
Plant & Microbial Biology professor N. Louise Glass has been honored for her significant contributions as a mycologist and her leadership in the Mycological Society of America.
A new study indicates that the impact of a pregnant woman’s exposure to several toxic chemicals commonly found in the environment was generally larger if the mother was stressed.
After a 35-year career with Berkeley as an urban entolomologist, Vernard Lewis retired on July 1.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguin will be joined by Vision 2050 citizen initiative lea…
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