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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Marugame Udon, a Japanese chain with more than 1,000 restaurants around the world, opened its ninth U.S. location in Downtown Berkeley this past Tuesday, according to Mark Brezinski, the president and chief strategic officer of Marugame Udon USA.
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Marugame Udon, a Japanese chain with more than 1,000 restaurants around the world, opened its ninth U.S. location in Downtown Berkeley this past Tuesday, according to Mark Brezinski, the president and chief strategic officer of Marugame Udon USA.
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The UC system announced its partnership with Blackstone Charitable Foundation to expand Blackstone LaunchPad, a program that provides entrepreneurial resources, to all UC campuses Tuesday, according to a press release.
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The UC system announced its partnership with Blackstone Charitable Foundation to expand Blackstone LaunchPad, a program that provides entrepreneurial resources, to all UC campuses Tuesday, according to a press release.
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UC Berkeley researchers found extreme diversity and parasitism in the largest known collection of Jurassic squat lobster specimens, according to Adiël Klompmaker, co-author of the study and a postdoctoral scholar at the UC Museum of Paleontology.
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UC Berkeley researchers found extreme diversity and parasitism in the largest known collection of Jurassic squat lobster specimens, according to Adiël Klompmaker, co-author of the study and a postdoctoral scholar at the UC Museum of Paleontology.
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The city of Berkeley announced the creation of a mental health crisis line that connects members of the community to mental health professionals, as was first reported by Berkeley Patch.
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The city of Berkeley announced the creation of a mental health crisis line that connects members of the community to mental health professionals, as was first reported by Berkeley Patch.
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An anti-nuclear contamination pill developed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in 2014 could also help MRI patients by preventing gadolinium retention, according to Rebecca Abergel, a chemist and UC Berkeley assistant professor of nuclear engineering.
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An anti-nuclear contamination pill developed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in 2014 could also help MRI patients by preventing gadolinium retention, according to Rebecca Abergel, a chemist and UC Berkeley assistant professor of nuclear engineering.
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A recent study conducted at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory discovered a method to synthesize molecules known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs.
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A recent study conducted at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory discovered a method to synthesize molecules known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs.
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Elisabeth Newton, Berkeley High School alumna and assistant professor of physics and astronomy at Dartmouth College, led a research team that discovered a planet located outside Earth’s solar system, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Elisabeth Newton, Berkeley High School alumna and assistant professor of physics and astronomy at Dartmouth College, led a research team that discovered a planet located outside Earth’s solar system, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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UC Berkeley alumna Carol Major died at age 28 after a fatal car crash in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, as first reported by Patch.
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UC Berkeley alumna Carol Major died at age 28 after a fatal car crash in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, as first reported by Patch.
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Ammonia plumes on Jupiter have affected the planet’s atmosphere and are changing the colors of its bands, according to a recent study by UC Berkeley researchers.
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Ammonia plumes on Jupiter have affected the planet’s atmosphere and are changing the colors of its bands, according to a recent study by UC Berkeley researchers.
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A letter was signed by 50 UC Berkeley academics to protest plans to "disinvest" in philosophy and sociology departments at Brazilian public universities.
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A letter was signed by 50 UC Berkeley academics to protest plans to "disinvest" in philosophy and sociology departments at Brazilian public universities.
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