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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Staples is one of many businesses in Berkeley to have closed in the past months because of a larger movement away from retail.
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Staples is one of many businesses in Berkeley to have closed in the past months because of a larger movement away from retail.
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Previously, there was no quick and accurate way to test blood supplies for prion-related diseases, which include neurodegenerative conditions caused by misfolded proteins or prions. Now there is, however,  according to a study published Sept. 12 involving Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researchers.
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Previously, there was no quick and accurate way to test blood supplies for prion-related diseases, which include neurodegenerative conditions caused by misfolded proteins or prions. Now there is, however,  according to a study published Sept. 12 involving Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researchers.
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This was where I met Michael Dowdy, a homeless veteran who brings chess and dominoes almost every day so that he and various community members can play.
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This was where I met Michael Dowdy, a homeless veteran who brings chess and dominoes almost every day so that he and various community members can play.
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A group of campus and UCSF researchers created a computer algorithm to detect acute hemorrhages in CT scans.
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A group of campus and UCSF researchers created a computer algorithm to detect acute hemorrhages in CT scans.
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Texas-based developer The Dinerstein Companies, or TDC, bought $180 million of UC Berkeley student housing from real estate company Equity Residential.
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Texas-based developer The Dinerstein Companies, or TDC, bought $180 million of UC Berkeley student housing from real estate company Equity Residential.
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There was one encounter that made me question whether or not the lack of money is really the main reason businesses discriminate against homeless people.
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There was one encounter that made me question whether or not the lack of money is really the main reason businesses discriminate against homeless people.
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The UC’s family of eight patents covers CRISPR methods for editing genes in any environment, whether the cells are in a plant, an animal or a human. This newest patent focuses specifically on the use of CRISPR gene editing within cells.
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The UC’s family of eight patents covers CRISPR methods for editing genes in any environment, whether the cells are in a plant, an animal or a human. This newest patent focuses specifically on the use of CRISPR gene editing within cells.
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The Patent Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office announced an interference between multiple UC and multiple Broad Institute patents, a signal that the USPTO will resolve the seven-year ownership debate regarding CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing in eukaryotic cells.
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The Patent Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office announced an interference between multiple UC and multiple Broad Institute patents, a signal that the USPTO will resolve the seven-year ownership debate regarding CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing in eukaryotic cells.
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British multinational corporation GlaxoSmithKline, or GSK, announced its partnership with UC Berkeley and UCSF on June 13 to build a state-of-the-art laboratory for CRISPR research, a revolutionary genetic modification technology.
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British multinational corporation GlaxoSmithKline, or GSK, announced its partnership with UC Berkeley and UCSF on June 13 to build a state-of-the-art laboratory for CRISPR research, a revolutionary genetic modification technology.
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Chinese scientist He Jiankui genetically mutated twins born last year to be resistant to HIV infection through the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology — however, according to an analysis released June 3 by UC Berkeley researchers, this mutation also comes with a 21 percent increase in mortality later in life.
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Chinese scientist He Jiankui genetically mutated twins born last year to be resistant to HIV infection through the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology — however, according to an analysis released June 3 by UC Berkeley researchers, this mutation also comes with a 21 percent increase in mortality later in life.
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