The convergence of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and of the Senate’s unwillingness to protect voting rights causes me to remember my childhood friend and protector, whom I knew as Mickey. I was always…
In her 2021 book, Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future, Kolbert asks the question: “After doing so much damage, can we change nature, this time to save it?”
Chancellor Christ and UHS Assistance Vice Chancellor Guy Nicolette fielded questions about in-person instruction, which resumes Jan. 31
The Biden administration is picking Sarah Bloom Raskin, who has a long record of pushing tougher regulation, as the nation’s top bank cop.
These hires reflect the school’s goal of taking the limits off who gets to be a journalist by impacting who trains and mentors them.
UC Berkeley scholars and staff share what gives them hope in the new year, despite formidable challenges
Adapted from a UC Berkeley news release To date, CRISPR enzymes have been used to edit the genomes of one type of cell at a time: They cut, delete, or add genes to a specific kind of cell within a...
“So much remains uncertain, but my resolve and hope are constant,” campus equity and inclusion leader writes
Berkeley Journalism student Kori Suzuki’s photojournalism captures a seminal moment in American history
39% of undergraduates say they don’t have consistent access to healthy, affordable food
As Earth’s ozone layer recovers from CFCs, other chemicals are becoming a threat. Are copper-based fungicides one of them?