A UC Berkeley researcher leads a team of scientists discovering environmental exposures linked to childhood leukemia, which is increasing, especially in Latinos
Some tropical frogs evolved mating behaviors to outmaneuver sexual competitors.
The bacteria in our gut evolved with us and our hominid ancestors, new study shows
Study of Canada's car2go shows decreased auto use, car ownership with sharing services
Discovery of inherited dental trait allows tracking of monkey, ape and human evolution
New video simulation captures star and cluster formation within dense filaments of gas
Scientists propose unique way in which ‘colorblind’ cephalopods can detect color
Gov. Brown's $171 billion budget includes build-out of ShakeAlert warning system
Treatment innovations at the forefront as researchers assemble
Homes, not just cars and power plants, are big air polluters, new study shows
Berkeley astronomers use Hubble Space Telescope to study cloud convection on our distant neighbor
Astronomers solve mystery of jets produced by supermassive black holes
Does legalization really make black markets collapse? New research looking at ivory trade raises questions.
Big changes in store for tropical populations as Earth's temperatures climb
UC system to advance continued commitment to sustainability, combating climate change
View nearly 100 kilometers into the atmosphere shows immense plumes of ammonia
A new, precise measurement of how fast the universe is expanding doesn’t agree with predictions based on our current understanding of the physics of the cosmos
Our Greener Solutions student’s work with Autodesk has been highlighted in a 3 part in-depth series on the Autodesk Spark site. Check out the first, second, and third blog posts on the Autodesk site, and you can read the Greener Solutions team’s original report here. Filed under: Environmental Chemistry
UC Berkeley's new Jacobs Hall was the site of nearly 30 courses this past spring, with enrollments totaling roughly 1,700. Many of these courses put designing for real-world problems at the center of the syllabus.