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Do you find yourself looking at your phone when you're supposed to be paying attention to a friend? Our Happiness Guinea Pig, The Takeaway's Tanzina... [Read More]
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By Andrew Cohen The first major study of California's Business Improvement Districts shows that they are increasingly targeting homeless people and excluding them from public... [Read More]
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On May 15, 2018, the Berkeley Study Group held an international conference on "The Globalization of the #MeToo Movement".  Participants include law professors and attorneys... [Read More]
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A resource for the Robbins Collection's latest news, events, scholars, acquisitions, and more.  ... [Read More]
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A profile series to highlight the talented scholars of our visiting fellowship program.  ... [Read More]
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By Andrew Cohen Ethan Elkind and Ted Lamm admit that their goal is ambitious. But from their vantage point, 100-percent consumer adoption of zero-emission vehicles... [Read More]
For more information, contact David Oppenheimer, Clinical Professor of Law, Berkeley Law, doppenheimer@law.berkeley.edu... [Read More]
Experts from world's second- and fifth-largest economies put their heads together in advance of global climate summit... [Read More]
What goes through a gambler's mind after placing a bet? It's not just the anticipation of a big payoff, or doubts about the wisdom of... [Read More]
Annual event remembers deceased students, staff and faculty... [Read More]
By Andrew Cohen Four Berkeley Law students recently spent a week in Brownsville, Texas, helping detained immigrants at the United States-Mexico border. Working on behalf... [Read More]
Dear Berkeley Law Community, Across the country, universities are facing the difficult question of when to discontinue the use of names or images of individuals... [Read More]
Electrogenic ability may be important in how bacteria infect humans, or in how they ferment cheese and yogurt... [Read More]
Researchers have built a computational model that can predict the degree to which we discriminate against one another based on social stereotypes... [Read More]
Campus leaders gather to celebrate new building named in honor of the first black professor to win tenure, a preeminent statistician... [Read More]
Spurred by tragedy, UC Berkeley staffer gives her left kidney to save a life... [Read More]
UC responds to Court of Appeals decision that affirms patent board's finding of no interference between rival patents... [Read More]
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