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People who are adept at homebrewing beer may soon be able to brew their own antibiotics, anti-cancer medication, or other drugs thanks to a due technique discovered by bioengineers from the University of California, Berkeley and an international team of colleagues.
US Sports Camps Inc., operators of the Nike Lacrosse Camps, is proud to offer both boys and girls lacrosse camps taking place at UC Berkeley
US Sports Camps, Inc., the operators of the Nike Lacrosse Camps, is proud to announce two winter lacrosse camp opportunities taking place at UC Berkeley in early January. San
Co-eds are partying with hot mobile app Sobrr this Halloween.
Johnny Depp has an unforgettable face. Tony Angelotti, his stunt double in “Pirates of the Caribbean,” does not. So why is it that when they’re swashbuckling on screen, audiences worldwide see them both as the same person? UC Berkeley scientists have cracked that mystery.
Sticklebacks, the roaches of the fish world, are the ideal animal in which to study the genes that control body shape. They’ve moved from the ocean into tens of thousands of freshwater streams and lakes around the world, each time changing their skeleton to adapt to the new environment.
Everyone notices the academic superstars and failures, but what about the tens of millions of American teens straddling these two extremes? A new UC Berkeley study has spotlighted a high school subculture that has made an art of slacking – even with ample educational resources.
A photo is worth a thousand words, but what if the image could also represent thousands of other images?
The initiative is hoped to be a major step toward accelerating the pace of discoveries about the brain in health and disease. OXNARD, Calif., Aug.
What if computer screens had glasses instead of the people staring at the monitors? That concept is not too far afield from technology being developed by UC Berkeley computer and vision scientists.
Einsteinium is a metallic synthetic element with the symbol Es and atomic number 99. It became the seventh transuranic (atomic number higher than 99) element produced. It was named for Albert Einstein. It is an element found within the actinoid series which includes Actinium. Though it has only been produced in small amounts, it has been accurately determined to be silver in coloration. Like all synthetic elements, einsteinium isotopes are highly radioactive and are extremely toxic. Besides...
- The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
- A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.