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Researchers from UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, published a study in May describing a different method for growing crystals — a discovery that may have implications for future technological developments.
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Researchers from UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, published a study in May describing a different method for growing crystals — a discovery that may have implications for future technological developments.
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An international team of researchers, including Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, researchers, has created a crystalline structure that can trap copper ions in wastewater.
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An international team of researchers, including Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, researchers, has created a crystalline structure that can trap copper ions in wastewater.
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Researchers recently found that climate change may lessen the severity of viruses, but may also cause outbreaks to occur more often.
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Researchers recently found that climate change may lessen the severity of viruses, but may also cause outbreaks to occur more often.
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UC Berkeley professor Burkhard Militzer and former postdoctoral researcher François Soubiran have discovered that super-Earths, exoplanets up to five times the size of Earth, likely have magnetic fields that are generated through their magma oceans.
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UC Berkeley professor Burkhard Militzer and former postdoctoral researcher François Soubiran have discovered that super-Earths, exoplanets up to five times the size of Earth, likely have magnetic fields that are generated through their magma oceans.
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Staying up that extra hour to study or socialize can lead to more than just exhaustion—it can leave people less healthy and more socially isolated, shows a recent UC Berkeley study.
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Staying up that extra hour to study or socialize can lead to more than just exhaustion—it can leave people less healthy and more socially isolated, shows a recent UC Berkeley study.
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UC Berkeley scientists and a research foundation recently collaborated to further examine the relationship between blood and the aging process as part of a study published Nov. 22 in the scientific journal Nature Communications.
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UC Berkeley scientists and a research foundation recently collaborated to further examine the relationship between blood and the aging process as part of a study published Nov. 22 in the scientific journal Nature Communications.
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Together, the Berkeley team discovered 82 new groups of microbes and reconstructed more than 2,500 microbial genomes — sequences of genes that comprise all living things.
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Together, the Berkeley team discovered 82 new groups of microbes and reconstructed more than 2,500 microbial genomes — sequences of genes that comprise all living things.
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A new study led by researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory may help doctors recommend more appropriate treatment options for cancer patients.
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A new study led by researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory may help doctors recommend more appropriate treatment options for cancer patients.
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A team of UC Berkeley neuroscientists have used advanced microscopy techniques to capture images of the brains of mice as they learned to problem-solve, according to a study published in Nature Communications on Monday.
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A team of UC Berkeley neuroscientists have used advanced microscopy techniques to capture images of the brains of mice as they learned to problem-solve, according to a study published in Nature Communications on Monday.
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The vibrant colors on the skin of turkeys may soon lead to new technology that can warn about problems ranging from hidden bombs to lung cancer, according to a report by UC Berkeley bioengineers that was released earlier this month.
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The vibrant colors on the skin of turkeys may soon lead to new technology that can warn about problems ranging from hidden bombs to lung cancer, according to a report by UC Berkeley bioengineers that was released earlier this month.
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