A new alliance between scientists, religious leaders and policy makers could be what is needed to spur real action on climate change.
The state has built momentum on water reform, but rains from an expected El Niño could stall it.
Hugs. High fives. Fist bumps. Touch is an essential part of how people communicate with one another. UC Berkeley psychology professor Dacher Keltner examined NBA games to see if there is a relationship between a team's success and how often they touch.
Food activist and scholars are among 10 honored for their work elevating the human experience.
UC Berkeley research could reduce size, weight, cost, and power consumption of the sensors that help direct the vehicles.
Federal clearance sets the stage for unlimited clinical use of the tool by Eko Devices, a Skydeck accelerator-nurtured business.
Method combines chemotherapy drug with adoptive cell transfer, in which a patient’s own immune cells are reprogrammed to target the disease.
AffordableSchools.net named five UC campuses to its top 50 Most Entrepreneurial Schools in America.
New solar cells absorb high-energy light at 30 times the concentration of conventional cells.
Robotic step training and noninvasive spinal stimulation enable patient to take thousands of steps.
The disorder contributes to a breakdown of the blood–brain barrier, which protects brain tissue.
Resurgence of cycling is taking a toll on middle-aged cyclists: More are getting hurt, and their injuries are more serious.
New technique could pave the way for ultra low power and high-security wireless communication systems.
Heart rates of big-wave surfers are among the surprises from 30 years of studying exercise physiology in people and wild animals.
Thanks to its prevalence as garbage in the ocean, plastics have been ingested by nine out of every 10 seabirds now living.
Citizen scientists are joining botanists to find and measure California's plant diversity.
Technique produces tiny models of human tissue, or ‘organoids,’ that can be used in cancer research and drug screening.
Solar laser beams will push that deadly space rock out of a collision course with Earth: It sounds far-fetched, but it may be closer to reality than one might think.
1 in 5 older adults have incomes above the federal poverty level, but still struggle to pay their expenses.
Short sleepers are four times more likely to catch a cold, suggesting a rested immune system works better.