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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Pooja Mhatre

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With rates of diseases such as diabetes and obesity on the rise across the country, experts from a variety of fields are currently researching a particularly concerning area of American health — that of the country’s professional working environment.
With rates of diseases such as diabetes and obesity on the rise across the country, experts from a variety of fields are currently researching a particularly concerning area of American health — that of the country’s professional working environment.
UC researchers have recently released a spreadsheet of nearly 1600 concrete buildings in Los Angeles that don’t meet current codes for earthquake safety to LA city officials -- a list that researchers were initially hesitant to release in October last year.
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UC researchers have recently released a spreadsheet of nearly 1600 concrete buildings in Los Angeles that don’t meet current codes for earthquake safety to LA city officials -- a list that researchers were initially hesitant to release in October last year.
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Since its introduction, data science has revolutionized institutions from government to academia, most recently seeping into UC Berkeley’s School of Information with the school’s launch of a new Master of Information and Data Science program.
Since its introduction, data science has revolutionized institutions from government to academia, most recently seeping into UC Berkeley’s School of Information with the school’s launch of a new Master of Information and Data Science program.
The California Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) will seek a temporary injunction to limit the number employees from two UC unions that are planning to strike at the UC medical centers May 21.
The California Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) will seek a temporary injunction to limit the number employees from two UC unions that are planning to strike at the UC medical centers May 21.
The first time former Canadian ambassador Kenneth Taylor stepped foot onto UC Berkeley in 1957, he was excited to be part of what he likes to call California’s “always looking over the horizon” mentality.
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The first time former Canadian ambassador Kenneth Taylor stepped foot onto UC Berkeley in 1957, he was excited to be part of what he likes to call California’s “always looking over the horizon” mentality.
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As technology continues to advance at an exponential rate, so has the demand for people who know how to create and work with it, and UC Berkeley is looking to ensure that its graduates don’t get left in the dust.
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As technology continues to advance at an exponential rate, so has the demand for people who know how to create and work with it, and UC Berkeley is looking to ensure that its graduates don’t get left in the dust.
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Although UC Berkeley alum Surbhi Sarna had founded her own medical device company NVision Medical Corporation, she felt that she needed more than a science and engineering background to take her company to the next level.
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Although UC Berkeley alum Surbhi Sarna had founded her own medical device company NVision Medical Corporation, she felt that she needed more than a science and engineering background to take her company to the next level.
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As technology increasingly finds it's way into the classroom, one must ask: does it really belong there?
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As technology increasingly finds it's way into the classroom, one must ask: does it really belong there?
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