California Higher Education Sustainability Conference Best Practice Awards recognize innovations made by campuses.
The mass extinction event that killed the dinosaurs gave rise to the modern ‘Age of Fishes.’
It took a lot of spiders for Berkeley and UCSF alums to create a synthetic silk that's virtually identical to the real deal.
If you run into an old friend at the train station, your memory will forever link the person you saw with the place where you saw them. For the first time, researchers have been able to see that sort of link being created in people's brains.
In recent years, a host of charismatic wild species have returned to American cities in numbers not seen for generations.
Method modifies immune cells to attack the virus and could be used to treat other diseases.
With $1.5 million in National Science Foundation funding, a group of researchers from UC Santa Barbara and partner institutions will study the effects of a novel way of eradicating schistosomiasis.
New process in campus cooling system will result in a 9 percent cut in the amount of potable water used.
Institute targets deforestation and disease control in the world's second largest rainforest.
The annual awards recognize the nation’s most exceptional young scientists and engineers. This is the first time that all three winners have hailed from one university system.
Study results could mean good news for people with osteoporosis or those with traumatic bone injuries.
A new study finds the answer may lie with family income.
Warming waters and fishing pressure are driving nesting seabirds away from their ancestral breeding ground in the Gulf of California into northern harbors.
U.S. Supreme Court cites research by senior researcher.
A new class of immunotherapies is enlisting the body's own immune system to fight cancer.
UC Santa Cruz anthropology student traces java's route from Central America to California for senior thesis.
Framingham heart health study inspired efforts to track LGBTQ health trends.
In just 14 years, the percentage of obese Californians is up from one-fifth.
Discovery is among a few little-seen firefly species found in Southern California.
Study, co-authored by a UC Berkeley professor, suggests that smiling at or sharing a positive moment with someone of another race can have a big impact on others.