BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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Set to release April 19, Hays’ debut mystery harbors a unique locationality within both the realm of contemporary fiction and the geography of reality.
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Set to release April 19, Hays’ debut mystery harbors a unique locationality within both the realm of contemporary fiction and the geography of reality.
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President Biden gave his first official State of the Union Address Mar. 1, covering topics from conflict in Ukraine to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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President Biden gave his first official State of the Union Address Mar. 1, covering topics from conflict in Ukraine to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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Cell phone use of 17 minutes per day over the course of 10 years is associated with a 60% increase in brain tumor risk, Joel Moskowitz, director of the UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health, found through his research.
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Cell phone use of 17 minutes per day over the course of 10 years is associated with a 60% increase in brain tumor risk, Joel Moskowitz, director of the UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health, found through his research.
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When you hear “Switzerland,” you may think of chocolate, cheese, watches, army knives and the Alps. Switzerland is home to more than 8 million people and is a fantastic vacation destination to many more. Three years ago, I got to visit my older sister, who is currently studying in Zurich. She showed me some of the major attractions back then, and now, after living in Switzerland for a few years, my sister has found more favorites and sweet spots in Switzerland. I asked her a few questions on her favorite places and recommendations around Switzerland so that when you get a chance to visit, you have an idea of what to do.
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When you hear “Switzerland,” you may think of chocolate, cheese, watches, army knives and the Alps. Switzerland is home to more than 8 million people and is a fantastic vacation destination to many more. Three years ago, I got to visit my older sister, who is currently studying in Zurich. She showed me some of the major attractions back then, and now, after living in Switzerland for a few years, my sister has found more favorites and sweet spots in Switzerland. I asked her a few questions on her favorite places and recommendations around Switzerland so that when you get a chance to visit, you have an idea of what to do.
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In a typical year, more than 1,800 UC Berkeley students apply for a visa, get their passports stamped and move into some small apartment far from Berkeley. Navigating their new surroundings, students often turn to not only Google Maps but also dating apps to orient themselves.
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In a typical year, more than 1,800 UC Berkeley students apply for a visa, get their passports stamped and move into some small apartment far from Berkeley. Navigating their new surroundings, students often turn to not only Google Maps but also dating apps to orient themselves.
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In a study published Feb. 17, a team of scientists from Switzerland, Sweden, Australia and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that energy systems can be notably impacted by climate variations.
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In a study published Feb. 17, a team of scientists from Switzerland, Sweden, Australia and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that energy systems can be notably impacted by climate variations.
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Staying politically informed is necessary, regardless of which party you adhere to. Here's where the two 2020 Republican presidential candidates stand on climate change.
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Staying politically informed is necessary, regardless of which party you adhere to. Here's where the two 2020 Republican presidential candidates stand on climate change.
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How have UC Berkeley professors spent their favorite summers? Read on to find out what campus faculty have done during their most memorable summers.
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How have UC Berkeley professors spent their favorite summers? Read on to find out what campus faculty have done during their most memorable summers.
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Campus researchers and Humabs BioMed, a private antibody therapeutics biotechnology company, have created a new test that helps differentiate Zika virus infections from infections of similar viruses.
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Campus researchers and Humabs BioMed, a private antibody therapeutics biotechnology company, have created a new test that helps differentiate Zika virus infections from infections of similar viruses.
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In the ASUC Senate Chambers on Saturday, students gathered around a picture of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, who was greatly loved by many in attendance, to commemorate his recent death.
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In the ASUC Senate Chambers on Saturday, students gathered around a picture of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, who was greatly loved by many in attendance, to commemorate his recent death.
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