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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Tristan Shaughnessy

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For years, researchers would independently contact publishers to ask for their names to be updated on old research papers.
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For years, researchers would independently contact publishers to ask for their names to be updated on old research papers.
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In light of increasing crime rates across the United States, 56% of California voters believe that restricting the sale and possession of guns can reduce crime in their community, according to a UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, poll published Thursday. 
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In light of increasing crime rates across the United States, 56% of California voters believe that restricting the sale and possession of guns can reduce crime in their community, according to a UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, poll published Thursday. 
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At the start of almost every morning, long before students begin to enter campus, UC Berkeley gets cleaned. 
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At the start of almost every morning, long before students begin to enter campus, UC Berkeley gets cleaned. 
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After Berkeley Police Department officers examining parts of a partially untested rape kit, the Alameda County District Attorney’s office levied new charges earlier this month against Keith Asberry, who has already been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault and murder 
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After Berkeley Police Department officers examining parts of a partially untested rape kit, the Alameda County District Attorney’s office levied new charges earlier this month against Keith Asberry, who has already been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault and murder 
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Bayer HealthCare LLC, or Bayer, a global pharmaceutical company, presented a 30-year development agreement for a facility within 3 miles of Downtown Berkeley to Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board on Thursday.
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Bayer HealthCare LLC, or Bayer, a global pharmaceutical company, presented a 30-year development agreement for a facility within 3 miles of Downtown Berkeley to Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board on Thursday.
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Akshay Prabhu used to work in an operating room with brain surgery patients. Now, he makes steamed buns from his Berkeley-based home restaurant, Bao House.
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Akshay Prabhu used to work in an operating room with brain surgery patients. Now, he makes steamed buns from his Berkeley-based home restaurant, Bao House.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, published a study in May describing a different method for growing crystals — a discovery that may have implications for future technological developments.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, published a study in May describing a different method for growing crystals — a discovery that may have implications for future technological developments.
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Berkeley City Council’s Budget and Finance Committee met Thursday to discuss the city’s plans for the 2022 fiscal year.
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Berkeley City Council’s Budget and Finance Committee met Thursday to discuss the city’s plans for the 2022 fiscal year.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, both the state of California and the city of Berkeley have introduced a number of safety net systems to protect residents.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, both the state of California and the city of Berkeley have introduced a number of safety net systems to protect residents.
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Is Finland a country? Like a real country? According to campus senior Mehak Kaur at Gamma Rho Lambda, a UC Berkeley sorority for queer students, these are the types of questions that are posed, debated and answered by its members.  
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Is Finland a country? Like a real country? According to campus senior Mehak Kaur at Gamma Rho Lambda, a UC Berkeley sorority for queer students, these are the types of questions that are posed, debated and answered by its members.  
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