Phenomena called “Steve” and “picket fence” are masquerading as auroras, graduate student argues.
Arts and humanities
Since 1983, The Hand-Printed Book in Its Historical Context has given students the opportunity to experience the history of books, from design to printing to publishing.
Formaldehyde may be is toxic at high doses because it interferes with the epigenetic regulation of our DNA.
UC Berkeley policy analyst from the Othering and Belonging Institute shares recommendations to protect people displaced from the climate crisis.
Experts at Berkeley and UC San Francisco have begun working to improve the treatment of diabetes and metabolic health using a first-of-its-kind open-source platform with broad societal benefits.