BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 29, 2022

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Nuclear engineers at UC Berkeley sent critical radiation detection systems to Chernobyl scientists, who suffered setbacks due to the Russian invasion.
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Nuclear engineers at UC Berkeley sent critical radiation detection systems to Chernobyl scientists, who suffered setbacks due to the Russian invasion.
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“David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet” is itself an example of its own vision for the Earth.
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“David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet” is itself an example of its own vision for the Earth.
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In a night seemingly meant to be ruled by Netflix, Netflix came up short at the 77th Golden Globe Awards.
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In a night seemingly meant to be ruled by Netflix, Netflix came up short at the 77th Golden Globe Awards.
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In history and in the present, stories of resistance and resilience can give us small rays of hope that our actions matter and that life is stronger than we think. 
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In history and in the present, stories of resistance and resilience can give us small rays of hope that our actions matter and that life is stronger than we think. 
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The surprising success of “Fleabag,” along with a historic win for Billy Porter, made this year’s Emmys ceremony a pleasantly entertaining affair.
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The surprising success of “Fleabag,” along with a historic win for Billy Porter, made this year’s Emmys ceremony a pleasantly entertaining affair.
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HBO’s willingness to take risks when it comes to unique narrative ideas and a commitment to quality programming has allowed it to snag an abundance of nominations for a relatively small lineup of eligible series.
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HBO’s willingness to take risks when it comes to unique narrative ideas and a commitment to quality programming has allowed it to snag an abundance of nominations for a relatively small lineup of eligible series.
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