As one of the world’s few female African American paleontologists, UC Berkeley’s Lisa White entices diverse students to dig her field—and consider following in her footsteps.
If you decide to cut the cable, so to speak, brace yourself for a battle—or learn how to beat your cable company at its own game.
“Imagine tiny, tiny smoke detectors, specifically set to detect explosives. You can have them in airports or in the city sweeping over a very large area.”
It’s been a banner year for bicycling advocacy. And yet, turn your eyes outward and the lanes are always greener.
In desiccating drought, lush quads can look like indictments of water waste. But universities would have a lot to lose by shutting off the sprinklers.
The great Bay Area math rock band will play the L@te Friday Nights series at Berkeley Art Museum.
Graduate degrees aside, who wouldn’t love to turn a hobby into a successful vocation?
Researcher brothers at Berkeley and Brown explore how self-interested humans can be induced to cooperate and, yes, share.
For the first time in recorded history, UC Berkeley has an introductory computer science class in which female students outnumber males.
Some Californians already drink treated wastewater. Yes, the “toilet-to-tap cocktail” is already de rigueur in cutting-edge Orange County and is coming soon to a community near you. And that's not all...
Hacking the telomeres of our chromosomes could let us live forever. It could also give us cancer.