Down In the Valley

 

Features

 

Down in the Valley

As water runs low, the San Joaquin Valley adapts to a drier future.
By Glen Martin
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San Joaquin’s Salinity Problem

Berkeley scientists race to solve the problem in the valley.
By Glen Martin
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Rocking the Tree of Life

Geomicrobiologist Jill Banfield is reshaping our understanding of the living world.
By Hope Henderson
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Cal’s Masters of Golf

How a ragtag program emerged from the rough and rose to the fore.
By Scott Ball
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Telegraph

 

Going Big on Bioscience

Berkeley’s new life sciences incubator opens for business.
By Margie Cullen
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We’re Number 1!

Berkeley was ranked as the top university. But what does it mean?
By Gitanjali Poonia
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Editors’ Picks

What to read and see this winter
By Editorial Staff
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Climate Change is Now. 

Berkeley researchers and UN give dire assessment on warming. 
By Susan Karlin
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Mars in Stereo

Can we make Mars exploration more affordable?
By Dhoha Bareche
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Pure Genius

“All blind roads lead to Berkeley”         
By Hayden Royster
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The Nobel Touch

Berkeley claims two new laureates.
By Margie Cullen
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You’re Burnt Out at Work

And the doctor is in. 
By Wyatte Grantham-Philips
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The Gate

 

Fishing for Answers in Biotech

Robert Tjian on science, entrepreneurship and fly fishing. 
By Pat Joseph
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First Person

Berkeley student Maryam Karimi on leaving Afghanistan 
By Maryam Karimi as told to Dhoha Bareche
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Snapp Chats

Our columnist speaks with alums about the true story of the Axe, the marching band, and Cal Discoveries Travel.
By Martin Snapp
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Perspectives

 

Share Your Own Insight

Have a perspective on the topic that we somehow failed to include? Share it with us now.
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Editor’s Note

How much worse are we going to allow it to get?
By Pat Joseph
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