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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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With research and support from those outside of the scientific community, a life free of external machinal for those with spinal cord injuries actually seems not too far away.
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With research and support from those outside of the scientific community, a life free of external machinal for those with spinal cord injuries actually seems not too far away.
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Threading through the ground in forests and habitats alike are complex, interconnected networks of fungi.
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Threading through the ground in forests and habitats alike are complex, interconnected networks of fungi.
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Learning so much about bacteria made me realize how blind I had been to the world around me. To underestimate these amazing organisms now seems unacceptable.
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Learning so much about bacteria made me realize how blind I had been to the world around me. To underestimate these amazing organisms now seems unacceptable.
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Sleep, a necessary human function, has snuck its way into our popular media and culture, but we still believe in many falsehoods and myths about it.
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Sleep, a necessary human function, has snuck its way into our popular media and culture, but we still believe in many falsehoods and myths about it.
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A recent tweet criticizing a UC Berkeley electrical engineering and computer sciences professor’s proposed 80-hour weekly academic workload has outraged many community members. But this incident is symptomatic of a larger issue: the toxic work culture on this campus. UC Berkeley is often stereotyped as the “workaholic” UC campus, and it’s time for the community to acknowledge how harmful that title really is.
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A recent tweet criticizing a UC Berkeley electrical engineering and computer sciences professor’s proposed 80-hour weekly academic workload has outraged many community members. But this incident is symptomatic of a larger issue: the toxic work culture on this campus. UC Berkeley is often stereotyped as the “workaholic” UC campus, and it’s time for the community to acknowledge how harmful that title really is.
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If you're looking for a distraction that's still brainy enough to keep your mind at work, look no further than this puzzle.
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If you're looking for a distraction that's still brainy enough to keep your mind at work, look no further than this puzzle.
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A study led by UC Berkeley researchers in Nicaragua found support for the decades-old hypothesis of antibody-dependent enhancement, or ADE, in dengue disease.
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A study led by UC Berkeley researchers in Nicaragua found support for the decades-old hypothesis of antibody-dependent enhancement, or ADE, in dengue disease.
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The University of California filed an appeal April 12 to overturn the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s, or PTAB’s, decision that there was no interference between the university’s and the Broad’s patent applications for CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology.
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The University of California filed an appeal April 12 to overturn the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s, or PTAB’s, decision that there was no interference between the university’s and the Broad’s patent applications for CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology.
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Accomplishing what was theorized to be impossible according to the laws of physics, UC Berkeley professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences Ali Javey and his research team have created the smallest transistor to date, allowing for faster electronics in the future.
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Accomplishing what was theorized to be impossible according to the laws of physics, UC Berkeley professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences Ali Javey and his research team have created the smallest transistor to date, allowing for faster electronics in the future.
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