To mark 20th anniversary of the Human Rights Center at Berkeley Law, the photo exhibit “Envisioning Human Rights” features stunning images of humanity at its best and worst.
Lawyers are expensive—and except for kangaroos, wild animals don’t even have pockets to carry around cash. Here’s who picks up the tab.
“The value of this study is that it is based on evidence, not intuition,” says UC Berkeley grad student of his research project, which finds that a strong-arm police presence worsens conflicts.
An app for that is on the way, says the head of the Berkeley Seismological Lab, and it could provide life-saving seconds of warning time.
“No place on earth is more than a multi-hour jet flight from anyplace else. That kind of complexity vastly increases our vulnerability. It allows for cascades of transmission.”
As a historic Berkeley house goes on the market, the fate of the panels within—painted by the famed artist Jess—is uncertain.
Uber-achieving Cal student and sister start education firm, create Pi-Bots kits, crowdfund to pay for production, and are shipping them to 45 countries.
Research keeps confirming that to be successful, women need more of what they lack: confidence. But therein lies the paradox.
Good news for California: “There’s a lot of water that we can’t see,” says Berkeley researcher working on pilot project using the new technology to assess groundwater levels.
“We owe them,” say Berkeley Law students who pushed to change U.S. policy to secure visas for Afghan interpreters and their families left behind—often in danger.
Just revealed: “These are the most challenging extraterrestrial samples we have ever collected—and by we, I mean humanity, I don’t just mean me,” says Berkeley researcher.