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October 3, 2022
Addressing the toughest questions at the intersection of technology, politics, and security. How will emerging technologies shape the future of war and peace? How might a new era of strategic competition between superpowers complicate matters?
September 29, 2022
A new process developed at the University of California, Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory could change the way polyethylene plastics — in particular, the ubiquitous plastic bag that blights the landscape — are notoriously recycled.
September 27, 2022
Study shows public restroom intervention reduced open defecation in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood
A new study—led by UC Berkeley School of Public Health postdoctoral researcher Heather K. Amato and co-authored by Environmental Health Sciences Professor Jay Graham—found that increased access to public toilets reduced feces reports to the San Francisco Department of Public Works, especially in neighborhoods with people experiencing homelessness (PEH).
In the Media
Transfusing young mice with blood from older rodents quickly triggers ageing, suggesting that cellular ageing isn't just a case of wear and tear. There is a longstanding hypothesis that surgically connecting an old mouse with a young rodent causes a…
UC Berkeley scientists have developed a new COVID-19 therapeutic that can be administered as a nasal spray
Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have created a new COVID-19 therapeutic that could one day make treating SARS-CoV-2 infections as easy as using a nasal spray for allergies. Anders Näär, a professor of metabolic biology in…
Differences in wealth and differences in income are the wrong ways to measure economic inequality, and going by either of them "dramatically overstates" the degree of inequality in the United States, a working paper argues. The right measure of…
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