From live performance to movies to actual vinyl records, the legacy of the NASA recording lives on.
Psychology and Cogntive Science professor offers readers 'Algorithms to Live By.'
On the day of her memorial, a vase crashed to the floor. Inside was a note.
In the wake of water woes, new startup helps consumers analyze their drinking water.
The Silk Road Ensemble has collaborated with Mark Morris on an ambitious new opera of the Middle Eastern classic "Layla and Majnun."
Eugene Chiang writes, directs, and acts in the Astro holiday play—which sometimes becomes a form of drama therapy for faculty and students.
Politicians speak in code when it comes to subjects like race and gender.
UC Berkeley researchers have discovered how to make ultra-thin transistors from graphene.
Conservation group’s suit thwarts efforts at fuel reduction in Oakland Hills.
A team of herpetologists have made a leap forward in understanding the various mating habits of frogs.