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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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The three chicks hatched mid-April, and the runner-up names were Cam, Pan and Ile, according to campus spokesperson Roqua Montez.
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The three chicks hatched mid-April, and the runner-up names were Cam, Pan and Ile, according to campus spokesperson Roqua Montez.
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UC President Janet Napolitano and Mexican Secretary of Energy Pedro Joaquín Coldwell announced Thursday that energy efficiency research conducted by Mexican institutions and UC campuses would receive $10 million in additional funding.
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UC President Janet Napolitano and Mexican Secretary of Energy Pedro Joaquín Coldwell announced Thursday that energy efficiency research conducted by Mexican institutions and UC campuses would receive $10 million in additional funding.
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Two researchers, including campus associate professor of public policy Solomon Hsiang, published a study June 9 that found that climate change characterized by a temperature increase of two degrees Celsius can cause species in the Tropics to migrate a significant distance to areas that have cooler temperatures.
Two researchers, including campus associate professor of public policy Solomon Hsiang, published a study June 9 that found that climate change characterized by a temperature increase of two degrees Celsius can cause species in the Tropics to migrate a significant distance to areas that have cooler temperatures.
March, it turns out, is about more than college basketball: UC Berkeley’s reputation as a top research institution was reaffirmed Monday, when the campus was crowned champion of the Thomson Reuters Metrics Mania tournament for a second time.
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March, it turns out, is about more than college basketball: UC Berkeley’s reputation as a top research institution was reaffirmed Monday, when the campus was crowned champion of the Thomson Reuters Metrics Mania tournament for a second time.
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Environmental science, policy and management professor Carolyn Finney was denied tenure in May by the department, which reasoned that her research did not meet the campus’ academic standards for tenure.
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Environmental science, policy and management professor Carolyn Finney was denied tenure in May by the department, which reasoned that her research did not meet the campus’ academic standards for tenure.
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