Berkeley's namesake philosopher didn't beileve in the objective reality of matter, an idea surprisingly resonant in modern physics.
How Democrats can reestablish their party after a scalding loss
Cal professor Sally Sutherland Goldman contributes her take on the Rama epic to the SF Asian Art Museum.
Flu experts run hot and cold on the imperfect flu vaccine.
Esther Hernández got the idea for her iconic ‘Sun Mad’ while visiting her mother in the San Joaquin Valley.
As higher housing and tuition costs force more students to skip meals, UC campuses such as Berkeley are at the forefront: opening food banks, harvesting student gardens, teaching cooking-on-a-budget, and providing emergency aid. Even so, need persists.
Berkeley-led study of alumni of North American colleges finds deep commitment to African issues even among those who stayed abroad after college.
Imagine a sports stadium replacing its box seats and bleachers with Voltas, in which rocking fans generate enough power to illuminate the field and the Jumbotron.
A Trump administration threatens to leave the Delta smelt and other fish floundering.
Researchers show that the hippocampus, a memory center of the brain long ignored in the study of language, plays an active role in discourse.