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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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Sam Levin

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The UC Berkeley Seismology Laboratory is at the epicenter of the California Earthquake Early Warning system, or EEW, a program slated to receive millions of dollars in Gov. Gavin Newsom’s first budget proposal.
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The UC Berkeley Seismology Laboratory is at the epicenter of the California Earthquake Early Warning system, or EEW, a program slated to receive millions of dollars in Gov. Gavin Newsom’s first budget proposal.
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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, or LLNL, the research facility responsible for ensuring the security and reliability of the nation’s nuclear weapons stockpile, was recognized as one of 2019’s “Best Places to Work” by the job and recruiting site Glassdoor.
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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, or LLNL, the research facility responsible for ensuring the security and reliability of the nation’s nuclear weapons stockpile, was recognized as one of 2019’s “Best Places to Work” by the job and recruiting site Glassdoor.
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About 5 centimeters long, the flat-tailed house gecko may not have previously been considered a superhero, but a team of researchers that recently discovered its ability to run on water is calling it just that.
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About 5 centimeters long, the flat-tailed house gecko may not have previously been considered a superhero, but a team of researchers that recently discovered its ability to run on water is calling it just that.
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The American Association for the Advancement of Science named four scientists from Lawrence Berkeley National Lab — three of whom are UC Berkeley faculty — as fellows Tuesday.
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The American Association for the Advancement of Science named four scientists from Lawrence Berkeley National Lab — three of whom are UC Berkeley faculty — as fellows Tuesday.
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The only elevator at Norton Hall, an eight-story campus residence building in Unit 3, has been out of service since late October.
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The only elevator at Norton Hall, an eight-story campus residence building in Unit 3, has been out of service since late October.
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Alameda County is still counting thousands of ballots for a midterm election projected to feature extraordinarily high voter turnout.
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Alameda County is still counting thousands of ballots for a midterm election projected to feature extraordinarily high voter turnout.
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UC Berkeley announced Thursday morning that it will create a new campus division, provisionally called the Division of Data Science and Information.
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UC Berkeley announced Thursday morning that it will create a new campus division, provisionally called the Division of Data Science and Information.
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A dozen members of the ASUC Intimate Partner Violence Commission gathered at a meeting Wednesday to share strategies for helping survivors of abuse and to discuss outreach efforts on campus and beyond.
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A dozen members of the ASUC Intimate Partner Violence Commission gathered at a meeting Wednesday to share strategies for helping survivors of abuse and to discuss outreach efforts on campus and beyond.
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Republican Greg Conlon and Democrat Fiona Ma will square off in the Nov. 6 general election to replace incumbent John Chiang as California state treasurer. As the state’s banker, the treasurer is elected to a four-year term to manage California’s investments and finances.
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Republican Greg Conlon and Democrat Fiona Ma will square off in the Nov. 6 general election to replace incumbent John Chiang as California state treasurer. As the state’s banker, the treasurer is elected to a four-year term to manage California’s investments and finances.
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The Berkeley Commission on Aging gathered for an "Age Friendly Forum" on Wednesday to hear the results of a communitywide survey and to voice its opinions about how a changing city could effectively include its elderly residents.
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The Berkeley Commission on Aging gathered for an "Age Friendly Forum" on Wednesday to hear the results of a communitywide survey and to voice its opinions about how a changing city could effectively include its elderly residents.
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