UC Berkeley professor participates in an intense international effort to improve the resolution of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for studying the human brain, resulting in an ultra-high resolution 7 Tesla scanner.
UC Berkeley and Harvard Jointly Launch Study of Psychedelics’ Influence on Art, History and Human Existence
UC Berkeley and Harvard researchers launch a study into psychedelics’ multifaceted influence on our society today.
Herbert Wertheim School of Optometry & Vision Science researchers have discovered rare neurons in the eye that are crucial for our visual system to maintain a sharp, steady image of the world.
UC Berkeley School of Public Health Alum works to improve the lives of individuals and families through culturally appropriate health, affordable housing, and community development services.
UC Berkeley associate clinical professor of biostatistics has announced a partnership between his digital mental healthcare company, CredibleMind, and the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO).
UC Berkeley School of Public Health's ongoing research shows that redlining persistently fuel racial and socioeconomic inequality.
Bin Yu, a 2022 Fellow with the UC Noyce Initiative, is applying cutting edge data science techniques to pressing issues in health and medicine.
Researchers identify and analyze the severe impacts of early malnutrition in infants.
New study finds that the same neurons that help bats navigate through space may also help them navigate collective social environments.
The UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics says a new — and free — online course and first-of-its-kind voter perceptions survey are just the beginning.
UC Berkeley and MIT researchers launch a joint journal for emerging medical and public health topics.
Berkeley engineers explain how advances in AI could help restore natural communication.