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Jonathan Shieber
July 2, 2020
TechCrunch
Scientists from the University of California, Berkeley, have begun trials of a new spit test for COVID-19 infections developed by the university's Innovative Genomics Institute. Since the disease was first identified on U.S. shores, the Berkeley research institute led by the trailblazing CRISPR researcher Jennifer Doudna has worked tirelessly to bring innovative methods to diagnose [...]
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July 1, 2020
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Paul Krupin
June 19, 2020
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Adam Rogers
June 17, 2020
Wired
Public health experts think Covid-19 risk is lower outside, and restaurateurs want to fill tables. It's an easy solution--except for all the hard parts.
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June 10, 2020
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Jennifer Ouellette
May 11, 2020
Ars Technica
"The research helped answer a fundamental question: Why have many toes?"
Justine Calma
April 30, 2020
The Verge
The novel coronavirus has devastated the US economy and left millions unemployed. Including renewable energy in a stimulus package is one path to recovery.
Alex Davies
April 1, 2020
Wired
Some environmentally conscious people are trying to give up flying. For some trips, there's a great, cleaner alternative: It's called a train.
Dennis Overbye
March 24, 2020
www.nytimes.com
A popular screen saver takes a break while its inventors try to digest data that may yet be hiding news of extraterrestrials.
Daniel Oberhaus
March 3, 2020
Wired
Although the public part of the worldwide experiment is coming to an end this month, the world's greatest extraterrestrial hunt is far from finished.
Guardian staff
January 31, 2020
the Guardian
The University of California, Berkeley campus. Photograph: Marcio José Sánchez/AP
Erin McCormick in Berkeley
January 5, 2020
the Guardian
UC Berkeley students Mary Carmen Reid and Derek Popple enjoy coffee at Caffe Strada, a business that offers the Vessel program. Photograph: Erin McCormick/The Guardian
Julie Bort
December 17, 2019
Business Insider
Andreessen Horowitz led the funding round for Anyscale, a startup born out the University of California, Berkeley. Here's what Anyscale's plans are.
Andy Greenberg
December 5, 2019
Wired
This animal liberation group actually wants to be put on trial. Their goal: force jurors to wear VR headsets and immerse them in the suffering of animals bound for slaughter.
Jim Tankersley
December 5, 2019
www.nytimes.com
Led by Elizabeth Warren, presidential candidates and liberal economists are pushing an unorthodox "pro-growth" argument for raising taxes on the rich.
By Michael Thomsen For Dailymail.com
October 11, 2019
Mail Online
As power outages sweep across northern California in an attempt to prevent wildfires, Lyft is offering free rides to relief centers so residents will have access to electricity and drinking water.
Nathanael Johnson
September 17, 2019
Grist
Seattle, Los Angeles, and other cities are looking to ban natural gas in new buildings.
Pam Belluck
September 14, 2019
www.nytimes.com
The bill, if signed by the governor, would mark a new way of giving women access to abortion as conservative states tighten restrictions
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In 2017, chemists demonstrated that a new MOF design could rapidly adsorb water from even dry air, allowing it to be condensed and collected for drinking. A second-generation MOF can now cycle through adsorption and desorption in 20 minutes, allowing continuous collection of more than a liter per day per kilogram of MOF using solar power. The new MOF is the basis of a planned microwave-sized device that delivers 7-10 liters per day.
Paula Span
August 16, 2019
www.nytimes.com
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