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The 30x30 initiative employs an inclusive, collaborative approach to preserving biodiversity and mitigating climate change.
Assistant Professor Peter Nelson's research on Indigenous leadership and collaboration of cultural burns around Central California is supported by a California Climate Action Grant.
Cooperative Extension professor Susana Matias will partner with Yolo County medical professionals to evaluate the effectiveness of produce prescriptions.
Benjamin Blonder, Youjin Chung, and Manuela Girotto were selected to receive support for early-career research.
Sharon Ku, BS ’08 Nutritional Science, uses ice cream to give back to UC Berkeley and encourage multiculturalism through her dessert cafe Uji Time.
As reports of human-coyote conflict increase, a new analysis from UC Berkeley offers wildlife managers insight into improving future management strategies.
Agricultural and Resource Economics Professor Gordon Rausser led a paper on how NASA, research universities, and private companies can coordinate as the space economy grows.
UC Berkeley will develop a 36-acre site in heart of Silicon Valley to house companies, labs and students dedicated to aviation and space technology
Professor Emeritus John Harte writes about his experience facilitating a conversation on the role of nuclear power for the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.
Professor David Zilberman and Professor Emeritus Gordon Rausser evaluate various biotechnological strategies geared towards mitigating and adapting to climate change.
Writer Jerry Emory and National Park Service scientist Alison Forrestel delivered the 2023 A. Starker Leopold Lecture in September.
Kevin Klatt and David Zilberman will advise a USDA-funded study on how to re-engineer the agricultural system with a focus on health, sustainability, and equity.
Despite an overall decline in ER visits, new analysis shows that a higher-than-normal proportion of children ages 12 to 17 sought mental health-related care.
A recent study co-authored by Kristen Shive found that climate change would result in fewer overall days when prescribed fires can be safely lit.
ERG alum Rebekah Shirley, PhD '15, spoke to California magazine about her work accelerating Africa's clean energy industry.
ESPM professor Scott Stephens discusses integrating Indigenous knowledge into forest policy recommendations.
A new study led by Rausser College researchers in PMB and ESPM details the link between soil viruses and carbon emissions.
ESPM professor Scott Stephens spoke to Berkeleyside about the city’s continued fire risk in a series commemorating the centennial of its 1923 fire.
Conference engages industry leaders, policymakers, academics, investors, and entrepreneurs in discussions of revolutions in agricultural and food science.
California community college students were introduced to UC Berkeley’s forestry program through a condensed weeklong program held earlier this summer.
The recent graduate and climate change scientist spoke to us about her time at UC Berkeley and her future as a Stanford University postdoc.