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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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In a huge scientific milestone, scientists at the Innovative Genomics Institute harnessed a new CRISPR technology that can be used to engineer bacteriophages, a long-time challenge due to diverse defense systems that protect their genomes. 
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In a huge scientific milestone, scientists at the Innovative Genomics Institute harnessed a new CRISPR technology that can be used to engineer bacteriophages, a long-time challenge due to diverse defense systems that protect their genomes. 
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Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory discovered a new method of refrigeration called ionocaloric cooling, which could help reduce the effects of global warming.
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Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory discovered a new method of refrigeration called ionocaloric cooling, which could help reduce the effects of global warming.
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After six weeks of striking, academic employees represented by United Auto Workers, or UAW, 2865 and SRU-UAW voted to ratify the tentative agreements with the University of California on Friday — bringing an end to the largest academic workers strike in U.S. history. 
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After six weeks of striking, academic employees represented by United Auto Workers, or UAW, 2865 and SRU-UAW voted to ratify the tentative agreements with the University of California on Friday — bringing an end to the largest academic workers strike in U.S. history. 
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After months of bargaining, the United Auto Workers, or UAW, union that represents postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers, academic student employees and graduate student researchers has had enough. At 8 a.m. this morning, 48,000 academic workers across the UC system have gone on strike. As of press time, there is no end in sight.
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After months of bargaining, the United Auto Workers, or UAW, union that represents postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers, academic student employees and graduate student researchers has had enough. At 8 a.m. this morning, 48,000 academic workers across the UC system have gone on strike. As of press time, there is no end in sight.
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The most efficient version of the high-performance Energy Sciences Network, or ESnet, was unveiled Tuesday at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. 
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The most efficient version of the high-performance Energy Sciences Network, or ESnet, was unveiled Tuesday at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. 
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Nearly all of the 1,500 graduate students, postdocs and student researchers present at Memorial Glade raised their hands with a resounding “aye!” during the UAW members meeting Thursday, unanimously calling for a statewide strike authorization vote.
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Nearly all of the 1,500 graduate students, postdocs and student researchers present at Memorial Glade raised their hands with a resounding “aye!” during the UAW members meeting Thursday, unanimously calling for a statewide strike authorization vote.
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Carolyn Bertozzi and John Clauser — two former Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, scientists— were awarded 2022 Nobel Prizes in Chemistry and Physics respectively this week.
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Carolyn Bertozzi and John Clauser — two former Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, scientists— were awarded 2022 Nobel Prizes in Chemistry and Physics respectively this week.
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A team of researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, has found an innovative way to recycle mixed-plastic products. 
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A team of researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, has found an innovative way to recycle mixed-plastic products. 
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A three-year research study at the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, or LBNL, culminated in the discovery of a rare material that makes electronic devices operate faster due to its ability to conduct heat more efficiently. 
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A three-year research study at the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, or LBNL, culminated in the discovery of a rare material that makes electronic devices operate faster due to its ability to conduct heat more efficiently. 
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Hundreds of graduate student workers, represented by the union United Auto Workers, or UAW, protested UC employment policies on the UC Berkeley campus Tuesday. 
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Hundreds of graduate student workers, represented by the union United Auto Workers, or UAW, protested UC employment policies on the UC Berkeley campus Tuesday. 
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