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UC Berkeley alumna Danna Freedman, who has pioneered research applying synthetic chemistry to quantum information science, has been named a recipient of a 2022 MacArthur Fellowship.
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UC Berkeley alumna Danna Freedman, who has pioneered research applying synthetic chemistry to quantum information science, has been named a recipient of a 2022 MacArthur Fellowship.
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Craig Newmark Philanthropies, or CNP, announced a $1.725 million donation to the Consortium of Cybersecurity Clinics, or COCC, that will be distributed over the course of three years.
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Craig Newmark Philanthropies, or CNP, announced a $1.725 million donation to the Consortium of Cybersecurity Clinics, or COCC, that will be distributed over the course of three years.
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According to information from the U.S. Office of Postsecondary Education, UC Berkeley educates a high number of lower-income students in relation to its student body, especially when compared to other universities.
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According to information from the U.S. Office of Postsecondary Education, UC Berkeley educates a high number of lower-income students in relation to its student body, especially when compared to other universities.
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MIT professor and Turing Award recipient Barbara Liskov shared insights and details from her computer science career at a Berkeley Forum event Monday.
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MIT professor and Turing Award recipient Barbara Liskov shared insights and details from her computer science career at a Berkeley Forum event Monday.
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Amid a semester of campus closures and online learning, three former UC Berkeley students made the decision to leave school and start Latch Bio, a San Francisco-based company that aims to revolutionize software in biology.
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Amid a semester of campus closures and online learning, three former UC Berkeley students made the decision to leave school and start Latch Bio, a San Francisco-based company that aims to revolutionize software in biology.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its Fall 2021 lineup of 12 events featuring panels and speakers from a variety of different fields and disciplines.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its Fall 2021 lineup of 12 events featuring panels and speakers from a variety of different fields and disciplines.
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Despite the frenzy of online classes and remote learning amid COVID-19, the UC Berkeley 2021 University Medal medalist and finalists were not stopped in their march to success.
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Despite the frenzy of online classes and remote learning amid COVID-19, the UC Berkeley 2021 University Medal medalist and finalists were not stopped in their march to success.
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If you're lucky enough to contribute to change in the world, never take no for an answer and never forget your roots or those who helped you along the way.
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If you're lucky enough to contribute to change in the world, never take no for an answer and never forget your roots or those who helped you along the way.
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Realizing what I had done in choosing to write a column was like pulling over to throw up in a Wendy’s for dignity’s sake — only to wake 17 hours later having signed a contract for nine more weeks of throwing up in a Wendy’s.
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Realizing what I had done in choosing to write a column was like pulling over to throw up in a Wendy’s for dignity’s sake — only to wake 17 hours later having signed a contract for nine more weeks of throwing up in a Wendy’s.
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Members of the campus community have started two petitions calling for alternative grading systems to be implemented to compensate for the changes caused by the COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, outbreak.
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Members of the campus community have started two petitions calling for alternative grading systems to be implemented to compensate for the changes caused by the COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, outbreak.
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