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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Sara Grossman

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Researchers are investigating a brain-computer interface, that supports nonmuscular communication between a wearer and an external device, essentially allowing communication through thought, for possible security risks.
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Researchers are investigating a brain-computer interface, that supports nonmuscular communication between a wearer and an external device, essentially allowing communication through thought, for possible security risks.
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Gary Taubes whose 2002 New York Times Magazine article on what he calls “the myth of the low-fat diet” became the talk of the nutrition community has launched a new initiative to compel scientists and health officials to re-examine nutrition guidelines.
Gary Taubes whose 2002 New York Times Magazine article on what he calls “the myth of the low-fat diet” became the talk of the nutrition community has launched a new initiative to compel scientists and health officials to re-examine nutrition guidelines.
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Politify.com, a recently introduced Web tool, allows users to graphically visualize the impacts of each candidate’s economic policies on their own household and neighborhood has drawn national attention
Politify.com, a recently introduced Web tool, allows users to graphically visualize the impacts of each candidate’s economic policies on their own household and neighborhood has drawn national attention
UC Berkeley researchers conducted six studies exploring why some individuals are motivated to be overconfident, looking specifically at whether the desire for social status contributes to overconfidence.
UC Berkeley researchers conducted six studies exploring why some individuals are motivated to be overconfident, looking specifically at whether the desire for social status contributes to overconfidence.
AmphibiaWeb recently chronicled the discovery of the 7,000th amphibian species, an astonishing achievement considering that biologists were aware of less than 5,500 species in 2002.
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AmphibiaWeb recently chronicled the discovery of the 7,000th amphibian species, an astonishing achievement considering that biologists were aware of less than 5,500 species in 2002.
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UC President Mark Yudof and the chancellors of all 10 UC campuses submitted a “friend of the court” brief Monday to the U.S. Supreme Court declaring support for the University of Texas in a contentious case challenging the use of race in undergraduate admissions.
UC President Mark Yudof and the chancellors of all 10 UC campuses submitted a “friend of the court” brief Monday to the U.S. Supreme Court declaring support for the University of Texas in a contentious case challenging the use of race in undergraduate admissions.