With the help of UC Berkeley stream ecologist Patina Mendez, KQED Science’s Deep Look series zooms in on the caddisfly.
PhD candidate and National Geographic grantee Matthew Luskin spent a year in the rain forest of Indonesia tracking critically endangered Sumatran tigers.
Videos created by graduate students Rebecca Brunner (ESPM) and Benjamin Krause (ARE) were chosen as winners in the Berkeley Graduate Division's 2016 Distinguished Fellows Video Contest.
Associate Professor Isha Ray's recent TedxBerkeley talk focused on how access to toilets can have profound implications for achieving gender equality worldwide.
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Explore the Earth’s “critical zone” – where rock meets life. And discover how top climate researchers are exploring the secrets within a raindrop in order to better understand how the availability of water resources changes as a result of human activities.
ESPM Professor Claire Kremen is one of three panelists on KQED's Forum program addressing the decline in bee populations and steps being taken to mitigate the problem.
A conversation with U.S. Secretary of the Interior The Honorable Sally Jewell, President of the University of California Janet Napolitano, Historian and Author Douglas Brinkley, and Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley Nicholas B. Dirks
A conference initiating the science emphasis of the National Park Service (NPS) centennial takes place March 25-27 on the Berkeley campus, exactly a century after an historic conference at Cal paved the way for the 1916 birth of NPS.
Pulitzer Prize winning author of Guns, Germs, and Steel and UCLA professor of geography Jared Diamond discussed his most recent book about how traditional peoples differ from members of modern industrial societies in their reactions to danger.
A conversation with Kathleen Merrigan, former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Agriculture under President Obama, and Michael Pollan, Knight Professor of Science and Environmental Journalism, UC Berkeley. Emmy award-winning reporter Linda Schacht, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, moderated this event.
Sylvia Earle, TIME magazine's first Hero of the Planet, taught how actions the we take in the next ten years to support the ocean will matter more than what we do in the next one hundred years.
A special screening of "California Forever: Parks for the Future," part two of a PBS program that takes us on a journey through California's magnificent state parks and presents the challenges they face. Then, filmmakers and experts shared how we can manage and steward the state's natural and cultural resources for future generations.
Our 2022 photo contest had over 120 photo submissions! View winning photos here.
Learn about graduate student Mickey Boakye's work on leaf structure and adaptation, and see how artist-scientist Dr. Juniper Harrower and composer Marcus Norris interpret their research.
In a photo series exhibited on the UC Berkeley Library website, professor Nancy Lee Peluso documents her ethnographic fieldwork.
The images submitted to the 2020 Rausser College photo contest represent the diverse research and activities of the college community.
The nearly 200 images submitted to the 2019 Rausser College photo contest represent the wide-ranging activities of the college community and the beauty of our world.