UC Berkeley researchers use quantum light spectroscopy to better understand photosynthesis

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Researchers at UC Berkeley are working to use quantum light spectroscopy to examine entangled photons to answer questions about how light is absorbed during the process of photosynthesis. The research team hopes to use this understanding to further progress in food and energy sectors.

Researchers at UC Berkeley are using a technique called quantum light spectroscopy to help them better understand the process of photosynthesis.
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‘It’s rampant’: Documents reveal 124 cases of UC employees’ sex misconduct

California Public Records Act request sheds light on 3-year span of Title IX investigations

At least 124 cases involving University of California faculty, staff and contractors show the employees were found to have violated UC sexual violence and harassment policy over the past three years at all UC campuses. Among them are award-winning scholars, lauded department chairs and highly paid NCAA coaches.
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Administrative exodus

Over half of the chancellor’s cabinet has announced their resignations since April 2015

Over half of the chancellor’s cabinet has announced their resignations in the past 19 months, including all but one of the campus’s vice chancellors and vice provosts, casting doubt on UC Berkeley’s reputation and ability to govern itself effectively.
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