Would you tell a lie to help someone else? A new study says women won’t lie on their own behalf, but they are willing to do so for someone else if they feel criticized or pressured by others.
Francis Smith, who was born with the craniofacial disorder Treacher Collins Syndrome, meets with UC Berkeley researcher Michael Rape, who has discovered signaling molecules that may help repair the disorder after birth.
New research collaboration between UC Berkeley and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will study whether food is a significant source of the antibiotic-resistant bacteria that cause UTIs.
Does listening to Donald Trump’s or Hillary Clinton’s opinions humanize them to voters more than reading their opinions?
A new online science game allows the general public to directly contribute to Alzheimer’s disease research and help scientists search for a cure.
The remarkable recovery of the endangered Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog has now been documented in an expansive, data-rich study of the species in Yosemite National Park.
Public higher education is “dying” in the United States, with the pricing out of students from poorer backgrounds amounting to a “national tragedy in the making.”
UC Berkeley will help lead the new Science and Technology Center on Real-Time Functional Imaging, which aims to tackle major scientific challenges by improving imaging technology.
A new study confirms that earthquakes in America’s oil country are being triggered by significant injections of wastewater below the surface of the Earth.
Nobel Prize-winning physicist Eric Betzig and world-class biophysicist Na Ji will join the UC Berkeley faculty in the summer of 2017.