With infections down and vaccinations up, Dr. John Swartzberg says we’re at a “critical juncture” in the pandemic.
From first-gen student to California’s first certified Black educator, Ida Jackson tells her remarkable story.
From diagnostics to warfare, a sampling of how gene-editing is being used to rewrite the world’s DNA
The modernist verse of poet and 2020 MacArthur Fellow Fred Moten is like jazz on the page.
“Being a nerd means you have a deep love of a thing that brings you great joy and you could talk about forever.”
From Joan Didion to Jenny Odell, peruse our annotated bookshelf.
From Jennifer Rubin to Michelle Goldberg, meet some of Berkeley's most opinionated writers.
English Professor Grace Lavery talks Pride, social justice, and trans studies.
A Berkeley professor and her team discover a revolutionary new tool for snipping and editing genomes.
When the law school denied tenure to Eleanor Swift, she took matters into her own hands.
A technology we took from bacteria is poised to transform our world.
From first-gen student to California’s first certified Black educator, Ida Jackson tells her remarkable story.