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In a commentary in Nature, associate professor of energy and resources David Anthoff offers guidance to the Biden administration on calculating climate change damages.
Steven Lindow, a professor in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, co-authored a study on the microbiome of commercial tomatoes.
In Nature Ecology & Evolution, two ESPM researchers argue for a new understanding of the evolutionary origins of non-reproductive sexual behavior.
In collaboration with researchers at MIT and NASA, ERG doctoral student Zeke Hausfather analyzes decades of climate change projections.
ERG professor Dan Kammen co-authored a study on the role of climate models and renewable energy in the effort to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.
New research from cooperative extension specialist Peggy Lemaux examines how sorghum plants alter their gene expressions to resist and adapt to drought.
As part of a five-year study on the sovereignty and security of food in the Klamath River Basin, researchers emphasize the need for working closely with Indigenous groups.
ESPM professor emeritus Wayne Getz co-authored a study examining the role of disease in the extinction of Neanderthals.
In this month’s Student Spotlight, graduate student Thien Crisanto tells us about a non-linear path to science that cemented her love of mentoring and how her love of photosynthetic slugs led her to study algae.
Graduate student Lorenzo Rosa and his coauthors argue in Nature that agricultural and social reforms could help bolster food security in the region.
Jon Jarvis, executive director of the Institute for Parks, People, and Biodiversity, works with Chinese officials to aid in the development of the country's own national park system.
Influential environmental thinker and alumnus, who warned of high deforestation and extinction rates, passed away in October.
This latest issue of Breakthroughs magazine features professor Dan Nomura and how his lab is exploring the human proteome for the development of next-generation therapeutics.
The latest issue of Breakthroughs magazine highlights PMB professor Britt Glaunsinger and her work researching complex viruses.
The "SOD Blitz" initiative, led by Matteo Garbelotto, continues to provide crucial information on how and where the disease occurs.
Join a cohort of environmental professionals through this three-week training focused on acquiring the skills to solve complex environmental issues.
Hake, a PMB faculty member and director of the Plant Gene Expression Center, reflects on her storied career in science.
New Berkeley research published today in Nature identifies mechanisms that could be targeted to trigger ferroptosis, a form of cell death, in cancer cells.
The CNR Summer Internship grant allowed Spencer to complete an internship in India.
Krasileva was recognized as a scientist-inventor by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
An academic festschrift to honor and celebrate the research and career of Dean Emeritus Rausser will be held on October 24-25.
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