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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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UC Berkeley researchers recently analyzed the agility and learning curves of the fox squirrels that frequent campus’s Eucalyptus Grove and observed how those traits could be applied to engineering efforts.
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UC Berkeley researchers recently analyzed the agility and learning curves of the fox squirrels that frequent campus’s Eucalyptus Grove and observed how those traits could be applied to engineering efforts.
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Researchers looked at 274 unique brain scans to develop a new method to diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease, the leading cause of dementia, in live patients.
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Researchers looked at 274 unique brain scans to develop a new method to diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease, the leading cause of dementia, in live patients.
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Following multiple reports of bats sustaining injuries or dying during UC Berkeley research, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, alleged that UC Berkeley mistreats bats in animal facilities and called upon campus to switch to safer, human-based research.
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Following multiple reports of bats sustaining injuries or dying during UC Berkeley research, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, alleged that UC Berkeley mistreats bats in animal facilities and called upon campus to switch to safer, human-based research.
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Two campus professors received a grant from the Pew Research Center's Innovation Fund on Tuesday to research a potential link between sex steroid hormones and Alzheimer’s disease.
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Two campus professors received a grant from the Pew Research Center's Innovation Fund on Tuesday to research a potential link between sex steroid hormones and Alzheimer’s disease.
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With more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease, for which there is currently no treatment, UC Berkeley researchers have found that one preventative defense against the disease is deep sleep, according to a study published Sept. 3.
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With more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease, for which there is currently no treatment, UC Berkeley researchers have found that one preventative defense against the disease is deep sleep, according to a study published Sept. 3.
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UC Berkeley recently received a $47 million grant to fund brain imaging for a project dedicated to studying the effects of lifestyle changes on cognitive function from the U.S. National Institute on Aging — part of the National Institutes of Health, or NIH.
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UC Berkeley recently received a $47 million grant to fund brain imaging for a project dedicated to studying the effects of lifestyle changes on cognitive function from the U.S. National Institute on Aging — part of the National Institutes of Health, or NIH.
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According to the press release, HHS has previously extended the UCSF contract multiple times and launched a review of HHS research projects using human fetal tissue from elective abortions in September 2018. The last extension ended Wednesday.
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According to the press release, HHS has previously extended the UCSF contract multiple times and launched a review of HHS research projects using human fetal tissue from elective abortions in September 2018. The last extension ended Wednesday.
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When a group of campus researchers induced the symptoms of Huntington’s disease — a fatal genetic disorder that claims millions of lives every year — in the cells of roundworms, the last outcome they expected was weight gain.
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When a group of campus researchers induced the symptoms of Huntington’s disease — a fatal genetic disorder that claims millions of lives every year — in the cells of roundworms, the last outcome they expected was weight gain.
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A recently published UC Berkeley study has shed light on the brain’s ability to perform complex cognitive functions through the discovery of “connector hubs” in the brain.
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A recently published UC Berkeley study has shed light on the brain’s ability to perform complex cognitive functions through the discovery of “connector hubs” in the brain.
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Researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory published a study Monday that found an overlap between genetic factors in mice that are linked to body weight and motor coordination.
Researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory published a study Monday that found an overlap between genetic factors in mice that are linked to body weight and motor coordination.