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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Claire Chiara

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Kenneth R. Farrell, a former UC vice president for agriculture and natural resources, died after a brief battle with lung cancer Jan. 24. He was 87.
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Kenneth R. Farrell, a former UC vice president for agriculture and natural resources, died after a brief battle with lung cancer Jan. 24. He was 87.
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Family doctors’ iPhones may soon be incorporated into regular check ups to help monitor and detect heart conditions, thanks to a new startup company run by UC Berkeley students.
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Family doctors’ iPhones may soon be incorporated into regular check ups to help monitor and detect heart conditions, thanks to a new startup company run by UC Berkeley students.
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Treatment for HIV patients may soon be expanded due to research determining a new way to cripple the virus’s drug resistance, according to a report published last week by scientists from UC Berkeley and the National Institutes of Health.
Treatment for HIV patients may soon be expanded due to research determining a new way to cripple the virus’s drug resistance, according to a report published last week by scientists from UC Berkeley and the National Institutes of Health.
The vibrant colors on the skin of turkeys may soon lead to new technology that can warn about problems ranging from hidden bombs to lung cancer, according to a report by UC Berkeley bioengineers that was released earlier this month.
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The vibrant colors on the skin of turkeys may soon lead to new technology that can warn about problems ranging from hidden bombs to lung cancer, according to a report by UC Berkeley bioengineers that was released earlier this month.
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Social science findings in fields from psychology to economics may be plagued by a set of harmful mistakes, according to a paper published by an interdisciplinary group of academics.
Social science findings in fields from psychology to economics may be plagued by a set of harmful mistakes, according to a paper published by an interdisciplinary group of academics.
Though walking is widely lauded by public health officials and fitness advocates alike for its health benefits, new research from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory shows that people may need to move a little more quickly in order for their exercise to be effective.
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Though walking is widely lauded by public health officials and fitness advocates alike for its health benefits, new research from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory shows that people may need to move a little more quickly in order for their exercise to be effective.
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While some mechanical engineers use their supercomputers to build airplanes and vehicles, Shawn Shadden uses his to map the inner workings of the human heart.
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While some mechanical engineers use their supercomputers to build airplanes and vehicles, Shawn Shadden uses his to map the inner workings of the human heart.
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As the holiday season approaches and consumers begin to embark on their largest spending of the year, consumers may feel an extra jolt of generosity when purchasing for strangers rather than themselves, according to a study by researchers from UC Berkeley and UC San Diego.
As the holiday season approaches and consumers begin to embark on their largest spending of the year, consumers may feel an extra jolt of generosity when purchasing for strangers rather than themselves, according to a study by researchers from UC Berkeley and UC San Diego.