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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 22, 2023

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Writing about art put me close to so many artists. It was exhilarating. But I was only ever close.
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Writing about art put me close to so many artists. It was exhilarating. But I was only ever close.
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CRISPR-Cas9, the gene-editing technology co-invented by a UC Berkeley professor, is again in the courts, as the University of California fights the Broad Institute, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, over patent rights that could yield billions.
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CRISPR-Cas9, the gene-editing technology co-invented by a UC Berkeley professor, is again in the courts, as the University of California fights the Broad Institute, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, over patent rights that could yield billions.
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Williams’ academic and professional career, which included writing legislation for president Lyndon Johnson and lecturing at UC Berkeley, had impacts around the country and world.
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Williams’ academic and professional career, which included writing legislation for president Lyndon Johnson and lecturing at UC Berkeley, had impacts around the country and world.
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We collected the 100 most popular memes from 11 campus Facebook meme groups, assembling a visual history of the dramatic development of these pages.
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We collected the 100 most popular memes from 11 campus Facebook meme groups, assembling a visual history of the dramatic development of these pages.
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At a time when the removal of controversial monuments from public places has made national headlines, UC Berkeley finds itself revisiting concerns surrounding the names of several contentious buildings on campus.
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At a time when the removal of controversial monuments from public places has made national headlines, UC Berkeley finds itself revisiting concerns surrounding the names of several contentious buildings on campus.
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The National Human Genome Research Institute, or NHGRI, awarded a five-year grant to UC Berkeley molecular biology and biochemistry professor Jennifer Doudna to lead the Center for Genome Editing and Recording.
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The National Human Genome Research Institute, or NHGRI, awarded a five-year grant to UC Berkeley molecular biology and biochemistry professor Jennifer Doudna to lead the Center for Genome Editing and Recording.
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Even grocery shopping can be done online, so why wouldn’t education follow this trend of improving the way in which humans live and interact?
Even grocery shopping can be done online, so why wouldn’t education follow this trend of improving the way in which humans live and interact?
It has long been known in the astronomical community that many stars are binaries, orbiting each other because of their mutual gravitational pull. A forthcoming paper by UC Berkeley theoretical astrophysicist Steven Stahler and Harvard radio astronomer Sarah Sadavoy cites evidence that all stars began life in such a partnership, including our sun.
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It has long been known in the astronomical community that many stars are binaries, orbiting each other because of their mutual gravitational pull. A forthcoming paper by UC Berkeley theoretical astrophysicist Steven Stahler and Harvard radio astronomer Sarah Sadavoy cites evidence that all stars began life in such a partnership, including our sun.
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