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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 30, 2023

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The National Academy of Sciences, or NAS, selected six UC Berkeley faculty to join as members.
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The National Academy of Sciences, or NAS, selected six UC Berkeley faculty to join as members.
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This fall, students at UC Berkeley will be able to apply to the new Biology + Business program, which allows undergraduate students to receive concurrent bachelor’s degrees in business administration and molecular and cell biology.
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This fall, students at UC Berkeley will be able to apply to the new Biology + Business program, which allows undergraduate students to receive concurrent bachelor’s degrees in business administration and molecular and cell biology.
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Campus molecular biology and biochemistry professor Jennifer Doudna was awarded the 2018 Kavli Prize in nanoscience for her role in discovering CRISPR, a revolutionary gene-editing technology, in a gala hosted by Norwegian King Harald V on Tuesday.
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Campus molecular biology and biochemistry professor Jennifer Doudna was awarded the 2018 Kavli Prize in nanoscience for her role in discovering CRISPR, a revolutionary gene-editing technology, in a gala hosted by Norwegian King Harald V on Tuesday.
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Registering the Twitter handle @SenatorPhD and championing the campaign slogan “Liberty, Equality, Reality,” campus professor of molecular and cell biology Michael Eisen announced his bid in January to run for US senator in 2018.
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Registering the Twitter handle @SenatorPhD and championing the campaign slogan “Liberty, Equality, Reality,” campus professor of molecular and cell biology Michael Eisen announced his bid in January to run for US senator in 2018.
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Coming to a large public university is nothing short of intimidating for the average freshman. When a lower-division class can contain hundreds of students, it is easy to fall under the radar behind a laptop in the back of a lecture hall.
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Coming to a large public university is nothing short of intimidating for the average freshman. When a lower-division class can contain hundreds of students, it is easy to fall under the radar behind a laptop in the back of a lecture hall.
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In a move to break free from the tyranny of top tier science journals – Nobel Laureate Randy Schekman announced that his lab will be boycotting these publications.
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In a move to break free from the tyranny of top tier science journals – Nobel Laureate Randy Schekman announced that his lab will be boycotting these publications.
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