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The Atlantic is a literary and cultural commentary magazine with a moderate worldview and a circulation of over 425,000 subscribers. The periodical has won more National Magazine Awards...
Congratulations to Professor Imke de Pater on receiving two major awards! Prof. de Pater is one of three faculty members on campus to receive the 2017 Berkeley Faculty Mentor Award. The...
Diego Melgar Moctezuma, Ph.D., assistant geodetic researcher in the Berkeley Seismology Lab, Earth and Planetary Science Department, is first author of “Source characteristics of the 2015...
Jessica Kendall-Bar is giving a presentation at the San Francisco Exploratorium After Dark event on March 16, 2017 at 8:00 PM. This talk is designed for the general public (ages 18+) and is...
Janire Prudencio is first author of “Separation of scattering and intrinsic attenuation at Asama volcano (Japan): Evidence of high volcanic structural contrasts.” The article came out on 18...
Highlights •Three brightening events took place at Loki Patera during this period. •The propagation direction of the brightening is the reverse of past findings. •The overturning-magma-sea...
The evolution of photosynthetic cyanobacteria under 24-h cycles of light and darkness selected for a robust circadian clock. Understanding how cyanobacteria integrate circadian clock...
First year Berkeley Ph.D. student Anna Clinger (right) and former EPS postdoc Matt Fox (left) left a few days ago to go to Antartica to collect offshore sediment samples on an NSF-funded...
Elizabeth Niespolo (pictured) and Paul Renne are co-authors of “First integrated tephrochronological record for the last ∼190 kyr from the Fucino Quaternary lacustrine succession, central...
Susan Spaulding Brian Thomas, Andrea Singh, Alexander Probst, and Jillian Banfield (pictured) are co-authors of “Proteogenomic analyses indicate bacterial methylotrophy and archaeal h

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