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Despite failed vision, alum running a self-guided race to his Ph.D. By Joel Bahr, | MAY 18, 2017 The first semester of his freshman year at UC Berkeley, Newton Nguyen was struggling. After...
EPS 39A Takes Field Trip To Smith’s Peak In Yosemite National Park. Earth and Planetary Science Professors led students from EPS 39A on a thrilling field trip the top of Smith’s Peak,...
Earth and Planetary Science Professor Daniel Stolper Awarded 2017 Rose Hills Innovator Grant  Professor Stolper Award Winning Project 
 Congratulations to the families and the graduates!   
We have an exciting day of events for Cal Day on Saturday, April 22nd.  Come by McCone Hall between 9am-4pm for a variety of activities and presentations!McCone Hall Rocks!
Jill A. Marshall is first author of “Late Quaternary climatic controls on erosion rates and geomorphic processes in western Oregon, USA.” The article was first published online January 2017...
The Pamir Mountains, or the Pamirs, are a mountain range in Central Asia at the junction of the Himalayas with the Tian Shan, Karakoram, Kunlun, Hindu Kush and Hindu Raj ranges. They are...
Matthew Olm, Christopher Brown, Brandon Brooks and Jill Banfield are co-authors of “dRep: A tool for fast and accurate genome de-replication that enables tracking of microbial genotypes and...

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