BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

Stanley von Ehrenstein-Smith

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With a mission to make coffee that is grown and harvested by women more accessible and more widely represented in the global economy, the cafe is dedicated to sourcing and roasting coffee from “well established” women’s coffee farm cooperatives in Central America, Africa and South America, according to the Cafenated Coffee website.
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With a mission to make coffee that is grown and harvested by women more accessible and more widely represented in the global economy, the cafe is dedicated to sourcing and roasting coffee from “well established” women’s coffee farm cooperatives in Central America, Africa and South America, according to the Cafenated Coffee website.
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The UC Board of Regents will vote Wednesday to approve a proposal to increase nonresident tuition by 2.6 percent for the 2019-2020 academic year after recently deciding not to increase tuition for California residents.
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The UC Board of Regents will vote Wednesday to approve a proposal to increase nonresident tuition by 2.6 percent for the 2019-2020 academic year after recently deciding not to increase tuition for California residents.
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UC Berkeley and Stanford astronomers recently linked stellar flybys, the close contact of stars in the solar system, to the creation of planetary systems, finding a potential “smoking gun” in the structure of outer space.
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UC Berkeley and Stanford astronomers recently linked stellar flybys, the close contact of stars in the solar system, to the creation of planetary systems, finding a potential “smoking gun” in the structure of outer space.
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This year’s recipients — Courtney Dressing, Shirshendu Ganguly, Moritz Hardt, Sergey Levine, Priya Moorjani, Philipp Strack and Gabriel Zucman — are among 126 scholars from 57 universities in the United States and Canada. The recipients will receive $70,000 over the course of two years toward a research project.
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This year’s recipients — Courtney Dressing, Shirshendu Ganguly, Moritz Hardt, Sergey Levine, Priya Moorjani, Philipp Strack and Gabriel Zucman — are among 126 scholars from 57 universities in the United States and Canada. The recipients will receive $70,000 over the course of two years toward a research project.
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UC Berkeley announced Jan. 30 that it has suspended new collaborations with and research funding from Chinese telecommunications giant and electronics manufacturer Huawei as well as its corporate subsidiaries and affiliates after the U.S. Department of Justice, or DOJ, brought criminal charges against the company.
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UC Berkeley announced Jan. 30 that it has suspended new collaborations with and research funding from Chinese telecommunications giant and electronics manufacturer Huawei as well as its corporate subsidiaries and affiliates after the U.S. Department of Justice, or DOJ, brought criminal charges against the company.
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UC Berkeley professor Terry Machen is collaborating with researchers from Canada to discover new treatments for cystic fibrosis, an incurable genetic disease that cuts decades off the lives of patients.
UC Berkeley professor Terry Machen is collaborating with researchers from Canada to discover new treatments for cystic fibrosis, an incurable genetic disease that cuts decades off the lives of patients.
UC Berkeley announced Tuesday the creation of its new Cannabis Research Center, which will be the first in the UC system to explore the environmental and social impacts of marijuana legalization.
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UC Berkeley announced Tuesday the creation of its new Cannabis Research Center, which will be the first in the UC system to explore the environmental and social impacts of marijuana legalization.
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The Berkeley Waterfront is quickly approaching a “crisis point" due to debt from increasing expenditures, lack of revenue and failing infrastructure, according to a report from city manager Dee Williams-Ridley.
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The Berkeley Waterfront is quickly approaching a “crisis point" due to debt from increasing expenditures, lack of revenue and failing infrastructure, according to a report from city manager Dee Williams-Ridley.
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Several large organizations that fund UC Berkeley research closed as a result of the shutdown, including the National Science Foundation, or NSF, NASA, the National Endowment for the Humanities and National Endowment for the Arts, the Department of Transportation, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Agriculture.
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Several large organizations that fund UC Berkeley research closed as a result of the shutdown, including the National Science Foundation, or NSF, NASA, the National Endowment for the Humanities and National Endowment for the Arts, the Department of Transportation, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Agriculture.
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The nine data science graduates are Jeevan Mokkala, Emanuel Lucban, Adam Osborn, Nikhil Krishnan, Thao Vo, Alexander Ivanoff, Liam Shi, Howe Cui and Ting Chih Lin. It appears, however, that many students will follow in their footsteps: This fall, when the major officially opened for students to declare, nearly 1,200 filed predeclarations.
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The nine data science graduates are Jeevan Mokkala, Emanuel Lucban, Adam Osborn, Nikhil Krishnan, Thao Vo, Alexander Ivanoff, Liam Shi, Howe Cui and Ting Chih Lin. It appears, however, that many students will follow in their footsteps: This fall, when the major officially opened for students to declare, nearly 1,200 filed predeclarations.
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