A Cal expert breaks down the dispute over the patent for the gene-editing technology and lays out its implications.
UC Berkeley’s curator of music collections shows us how he keeps the music alive in a library treasure trove called Case X.
A former student recalls the rock ‘n’ roll legend’s visit to Cal in 1969.
In celebration of Earth Week, we’ve rounded up the best of Cal in environmental news this week.
Charles Gatewood's photography comes to the Bancroft Library.
A memorable Berkeley character, who served up ice cream and personality in the ’50s and ’60s, is remembered by his granddaughter.
How Christian online communities reconcile kinky sex with their religious faith.
UC Berkeley plant scientists, working with colleagues from the University of Illinois, have successfully supercharged the photosynthesis cycle.
Berkeley profs weigh in on whether Gorsuch is more preppy than provincial.
The Golden State might be the great exception when it comes to the viability of a single-payer healthcare system.