A Berkeley biologist looks at the ferns to track to the health of redwood forests.
A Berkeley prof recalls photographing the harrowing 2008 rabies outbreak in Venezuela.
A Berkeley expert points to local political resistance and distrust of science as enabling the rapid spread of tree blight in Southern Italy.
Testosterone may be a performance-enhancing drug. But what if it’s naturally occuring?
Berkeley grads Sarah and Bosworth are helping to invent a new style of immersive storytelling.
A hundred years ago this month, a group of Cal alums and others met in Berkeley to envision the creation of the National Park Service—and begin to make their dream a reality.
A Berkeley expert points to local political resistance and distrust of science as enabling the rapid spread of tree blight in Southern Italy.
UC Berkeley researchers have discovered how to make ultra-thin transistors from graphene.
As college costs increase for students, faculty outside the tenure track are being left behind.
A team of herpetologists have made a leap forward in understanding the various mating habits of frogs.