“This man needs an escort!” the security guard shouted, as ticketholders decked in blue and gold filed past me through the turnstiles into Memorial Stadium. I had no ticket for the sold out Bear’s game, but I had a scheme to watch it regardless.
The UC Berkeley Human Rights Center’s Investigation Lab at Berkeley Law is teaching students how to rigorously verify open source material found on social media.
There are prizes that celebrate the best of geology, computer science, and even fatal stupidity.
Students and faculty of the UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies construct an elaborate scene—including a 2,000 gallon pool—for Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses.
In this final episode of Bugged, Peter Oboyski gives us a brief tour of the Essig Museum’s “Oh My!” insect collection and explains why entomology is important, especially in the face of climate change.
Cheng’s trio of color projections, which depict the evolution of different civilizations, are “video games that play themselves.”
With appearances (likely longer than Milo’s) by Lauren Southern, Dan Mogulof, the Berkeley Patriot, and others.
The UC Berkeley graduates are among the 120,000 Japanese Americans who were incarcerated in internment camps during World War II.
New technologies might help protect us from some of the worst hazards of aging.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife and National Marine Fisheries services announced this week that Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed twin tunnel project won’t kill already imperiled fish. But the project still faces other obstacles.
Cal alum Barry Barish won a Nobel Prize this week for his groundbreaking detection of gravitational waves. So, what are they, how were they found, and what’s the big deal? Prof. Alex Filippenko provides some answers.