BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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A new hypothesis for the evolution of T. rex’s short arms was formulated by Kevin Padian, UC Berkeley professor emeritus of integrative biology and curator of paleontology at the UC Museum of Paleontology. 
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A new hypothesis for the evolution of T. rex’s short arms was formulated by Kevin Padian, UC Berkeley professor emeritus of integrative biology and curator of paleontology at the UC Museum of Paleontology. 
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The Community Environmental Advisory Commission voted Thursday to send an ordinance revising the municipal code to protect bird populations to City Council.
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The Community Environmental Advisory Commission voted Thursday to send an ordinance revising the municipal code to protect bird populations to City Council.
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Of course, “Gee” wasn’t a hit in the West, at least not by industry standards. But the song set a new precedent that later K-pop acts, such as Psy, BTS and Loona, would follow — their success would be measured in YouTube views, Twitter follows and Instagram likes, and not solely by chart peaks.
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Of course, “Gee” wasn’t a hit in the West, at least not by industry standards. But the song set a new precedent that later K-pop acts, such as Psy, BTS and Loona, would follow — their success would be measured in YouTube views, Twitter follows and Instagram likes, and not solely by chart peaks.
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Jessie Atterholt, lead author of the study, began research on the fossils as a graduate student. In 1992, Howard Hutchison, a retired research paleontologist, discovered the fossils while undergoing fieldwork in southern Utah. The area where the fossil was found is a series of deeply eroded, steep, rugged badlands called "The Blues" in the northern part of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
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Jessie Atterholt, lead author of the study, began research on the fossils as a graduate student. In 1992, Howard Hutchison, a retired research paleontologist, discovered the fossils while undergoing fieldwork in southern Utah. The area where the fossil was found is a series of deeply eroded, steep, rugged badlands called "The Blues" in the northern part of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
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But in North America, esports are still ostracized, outcasted by large parts of society as useless and meritless leisure activities. Support and infrastructure are lackluster, and as a result, the talent and teams are as well.
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But in North America, esports are still ostracized, outcasted by large parts of society as useless and meritless leisure activities. Support and infrastructure are lackluster, and as a result, the talent and teams are as well.
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As is to be expected of an arts journalist, I have never been one to quietly consume media. But it’s a different breed of fan altogether who invests time, money and often blood, sweat and tears into conventions.
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As is to be expected of an arts journalist, I have never been one to quietly consume media. But it’s a different breed of fan altogether who invests time, money and often blood, sweat and tears into conventions.
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One of the largest fossilized egg and nest collections in North America is housed at UC Berkeley’s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and was recently used by researchers in a study to trace the evolution of egg shape.
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One of the largest fossilized egg and nest collections in North America is housed at UC Berkeley’s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and was recently used by researchers in a study to trace the evolution of egg shape.
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UC Berkeley ranked #6 in the Times Higher Education World Reputation rankings—a list compiled based on research and teaching quality—for the seventh year in a row.
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UC Berkeley ranked #6 in the Times Higher Education World Reputation rankings—a list compiled based on research and teaching quality—for the seventh year in a row.
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By the year 2085, San Francisco may be the only city in the United States cool enough to host the Summer Olympic Games, according to a commentary co-authored by several UC Berkeley researchers.
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By the year 2085, San Francisco may be the only city in the United States cool enough to host the Summer Olympic Games, according to a commentary co-authored by several UC Berkeley researchers.
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