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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The Broad Institute filed a brief Wednesday denying many of the University of California’s patent claims on CRISPR-Cas9, a groundbreaking gene editing technology.
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The Broad Institute filed a brief Wednesday denying many of the University of California’s patent claims on CRISPR-Cas9, a groundbreaking gene editing technology.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley and pharmaceutical company Novartis are collaborating to develop new drugs for diseases currently unable to be targeted by drugs.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley and pharmaceutical company Novartis are collaborating to develop new drugs for diseases currently unable to be targeted by drugs.
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Climate change could result in the extinction of a third of the world’s parasite species in the next 50 years, according to a study led by a UC Berkeley researcher.
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Climate change could result in the extinction of a third of the world’s parasite species in the next 50 years, according to a study led by a UC Berkeley researcher.
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Chinese and Chinese American donations to higher education institutions such as UC Berkeley have increased dramatically in recent years, according to a new study by the Global Chinese Philanthropy Initiative.
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Chinese and Chinese American donations to higher education institutions such as UC Berkeley have increased dramatically in recent years, according to a new study by the Global Chinese Philanthropy Initiative.
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The California State Senate passed a bill Thursday to penalize obstruction of future audits made by the California State Auditor.
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The California State Senate passed a bill Thursday to penalize obstruction of future audits made by the California State Auditor.
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Over the past decade, schools have become the second most common place for active-shooter incidents. UCPD, however, does not currently have specific protocol in the event of an active shooter, according to UCPD Corporal Kevin Vincent.
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Over the past decade, schools have become the second most common place for active-shooter incidents. UCPD, however, does not currently have specific protocol in the event of an active shooter, according to UCPD Corporal Kevin Vincent.
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The Deep Learning for Climate project has been using artificial intelligence to find patterns of extreme weather such as hurricanes and cyclones for the last three years.
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The Deep Learning for Climate project has been using artificial intelligence to find patterns of extreme weather such as hurricanes and cyclones for the last three years.
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The National Human Genome Research Institute, or NHGRI, awarded a five-year grant to UC Berkeley molecular biology and biochemistry professor Jennifer Doudna to lead the Center for Genome Editing and Recording.
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The National Human Genome Research Institute, or NHGRI, awarded a five-year grant to UC Berkeley molecular biology and biochemistry professor Jennifer Doudna to lead the Center for Genome Editing and Recording.
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Project Juice, a cold-pressed juice store with locations across California, opened its doors in Berkeley for the first time Aug. 12.
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Project Juice, a cold-pressed juice store with locations across California, opened its doors in Berkeley for the first time Aug. 12.
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Molecular and cell biology researchers from UC Berkeley found that melanoma cells become immortal via a two-step process, as revealed in their research paper published Thursday.
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Molecular and cell biology researchers from UC Berkeley found that melanoma cells become immortal via a two-step process, as revealed in their research paper published Thursday.
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