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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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UC Berkeley researchers have created a method to detect and quantify COVID-19 in a large sample, according to a study published May 18.
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UC Berkeley researchers have created a method to detect and quantify COVID-19 in a large sample, according to a study published May 18.
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It’s a scattered, raw, honest approach to the scenes playing out in Lamar’s head and beyond.
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It’s a scattered, raw, honest approach to the scenes playing out in Lamar’s head and beyond.
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After nearly 24 years, Berkeley Police Department officers arrested and charged a suspect in connection with a sexual assault case.
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After nearly 24 years, Berkeley Police Department officers arrested and charged a suspect in connection with a sexual assault case.
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I realized our names don’t define us — instead we fill them with our own identities. My name has nothing to do with my dad and I’ve reclaimed it as mine. In the end, I’ve decided I don’t need to change my name. I’m happy with just making it my own.
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I realized our names don’t define us — instead we fill them with our own identities. My name has nothing to do with my dad and I’ve reclaimed it as mine. In the end, I’ve decided I don’t need to change my name. I’m happy with just making it my own.
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And while my dad couldn’t control the balance of my facial features, he did give me the one concrete thing he could — his mother’s name, Hafsa, and his family name, Tatah. He gave them to me so I was always aware of the family I was a part of and had something to show for it.
And while my dad couldn’t control the balance of my facial features, he did give me the one concrete thing he could — his mother’s name, Hafsa, and his family name, Tatah. He gave them to me so I was always aware of the family I was a part of and had something to show for it.
This technology uses enzymes, or substances that speed up biological reactions, to synthesize new DNA. Researchers hope to utilize this new technology to engineer microbes to produce medicines, fuels and more — all biologically.
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This technology uses enzymes, or substances that speed up biological reactions, to synthesize new DNA. Researchers hope to utilize this new technology to engineer microbes to produce medicines, fuels and more — all biologically.
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While American politics may continue to divide, music in 2017 amplified oft-marginalized voices, providing a glimmer of hope, however small, for 2018.
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While American politics may continue to divide, music in 2017 amplified oft-marginalized voices, providing a glimmer of hope, however small, for 2018.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley and UC Riverside have merged computational and molecular biology to demonstrate the potential that gene modification may have in suppressing mosquito-borne infectious diseases.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley and UC Riverside have merged computational and molecular biology to demonstrate the potential that gene modification may have in suppressing mosquito-borne infectious diseases.
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Research conducted by a team of mechanical engineers at UC Berkeley has unveiled why shoelaces become untied.
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Research conducted by a team of mechanical engineers at UC Berkeley has unveiled why shoelaces become untied.
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