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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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With the academic worker strike at the University of California now in its fifth week, national union members and labor experts predict wide-ranging impacts on the landscape of higher education.
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With the academic worker strike at the University of California now in its fifth week, national union members and labor experts predict wide-ranging impacts on the landscape of higher education.
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John Myers, a professor emeritus at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, died Oct. 14 in Oakland, California at the age of 89.
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John Myers, a professor emeritus at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, died Oct. 14 in Oakland, California at the age of 89.
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Researchers found that an antibody, 2B7, blocks the effects of dengue virus infection and other similar diseases in a joint study published Jan. 8 from UC Berkeley and the University of Michigan.
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Researchers found that an antibody, 2B7, blocks the effects of dengue virus infection and other similar diseases in a joint study published Jan. 8 from UC Berkeley and the University of Michigan.
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A UC Berkeley-led research alliance aims to increase the number of postdoctoral scholars and faculty from historically underrepresented minority groups in STEM fields.
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A UC Berkeley-led research alliance aims to increase the number of postdoctoral scholars and faculty from historically underrepresented minority groups in STEM fields.
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In light of National Voter Education Week from Monday to Friday, campus senior Srija Manchkanti created a free course for all UC Berkeley students to access voter information.
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In light of National Voter Education Week from Monday to Friday, campus senior Srija Manchkanti created a free course for all UC Berkeley students to access voter information.
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Stephen Glickman, the manager of the world’s only captive hyena colony and UC Berkeley researcher, died May 22 after battling pancreatic cancer at 87.
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Stephen Glickman, the manager of the world’s only captive hyena colony and UC Berkeley researcher, died May 22 after battling pancreatic cancer at 87.
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An instrument attached to the top of a telescope in Arizona, primarily operated and constructed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, has aimed its 5,000 fiber-optic “eyes” at the night sky to aid researchers’ observations of the galaxies.
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An instrument attached to the top of a telescope in Arizona, primarily operated and constructed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, has aimed its 5,000 fiber-optic “eyes” at the night sky to aid researchers’ observations of the galaxies.
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UC Berkeley School of Law and the National Venture Capital Association, or NVCA, announced their partnership through the [email protected] initiative to launch VC University, an educational program on venture capital that provides practical training for attorneys, entrepreneurs and investors.
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UC Berkeley School of Law and the National Venture Capital Association, or NVCA, announced their partnership through the [email protected] initiative to launch VC University, an educational program on venture capital that provides practical training for attorneys, entrepreneurs and investors.
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The 10 University of California chancellors universally signed a statement issued Dec. 13 in opposition to an academic boycott of Israeli scholars and higher learning institutions.
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The 10 University of California chancellors universally signed a statement issued Dec. 13 in opposition to an academic boycott of Israeli scholars and higher learning institutions.
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With two other colleagues, Harding gathered data from roughly 11,000 former state prisoners in Michigan who were released in 2003, 22 of whom they continuously followed up on for three years. They wanted to make readers aware of the various plights prisoners face in their process of rejoining society.
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With two other colleagues, Harding gathered data from roughly 11,000 former state prisoners in Michigan who were released in 2003, 22 of whom they continuously followed up on for three years. They wanted to make readers aware of the various plights prisoners face in their process of rejoining society.
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