BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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In 1979, The Daily Californian published two stories that blew open a national debate over whether Americans could face criminal charges for publishing the basic principles behind the hydrogen bomb.
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In 1979, The Daily Californian published two stories that blew open a national debate over whether Americans could face criminal charges for publishing the basic principles behind the hydrogen bomb.
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At UC Berkeley, students in the sciences look to their professors as mentors as they attempt to navigate the often overwhelming field of research. But what should students do when these same mentors fail to impart the importance of ethics in their work?
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At UC Berkeley, students in the sciences look to their professors as mentors as they attempt to navigate the often overwhelming field of research. But what should students do when these same mentors fail to impart the importance of ethics in their work?
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UC Berkeley has a phenomenal legacy in nuclear engineering research. From the inception of isotope production and separation in the 1930s and '40s to the fights against disease, terrorism and climate change today, UC Berkeley’s leadership role in nuclear engineering has earned it an excellent international reputation we all enjoy.
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UC Berkeley has a phenomenal legacy in nuclear engineering research. From the inception of isotope production and separation in the 1930s and '40s to the fights against disease, terrorism and climate change today, UC Berkeley’s leadership role in nuclear engineering has earned it an excellent international reputation we all enjoy.
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More than 600 candle-lit lanterns floated down the Berkeley Aquatic Park Saturday evening as part of the 16th annual Bay Area Peace Lantern Ceremony, an event which commemorates the victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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More than 600 candle-lit lanterns floated down the Berkeley Aquatic Park Saturday evening as part of the 16th annual Bay Area Peace Lantern Ceremony, an event which commemorates the victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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