All nine UC undergraduate campuses rank among the nation’s top 40 public universities, top 100 of all schools
In addition to all undergraduate campuses making the national top 100, UC also took four of the top 5 spots for social mobility.
All of our greatest challenges are connected, says Osborne, and solutions lie in the recognition of that fact.
Some very good dogs are trying.
Get some more sleep — deep, restorative slumber may defend against virulent dementia.
We may not have a vaccine for COVID-19, but we do have one for the flu. Help vulnerable populations this fall by getting your flu shot.
As you gear up for the 2020 school year, don’t forget a critical item on the back-to-school checklist: making sure you’re registered to vote.
In a significant advance, researchers have developed a way to make prosthetics ‘learn’ better from the brains that control them.
UC Berkeley women’s basketball coach Charmin Smith reflects on recent professional sports strikes and how collegiate athletes can make a difference.
Alum Adam Lowdermilk was a successful musician, but the tragic 2018 Camp Fire prompted a leap into firefighting.
Children will wait longer for a treat to impress others, new psychology experiments show.
A history grad student’s research leads to the discovery of Black nurse Biddy Mason in Depression-era murals.
An unexpected 50 percent uptick in patients presenting with respiratory illnesses may indicate pre-pandemic arrival of the coronavirus.
All nine undergraduate campuses stand out for social mobility, research and public service.
A UCSF-led flu study sheds light on which groups are most likely to skip shots.
Race and class can color teachers’ digital expectations for their students — with white students getting more encouragement
While providing access to technology is important, it won’t even the digital playing field. Embracing all students’ digital interests as opportunities for learning can help.
Young, irreverent gamers on Twitch and the ancient world of chess are both transforming as their cultures collide.
Students are finding the silver lining and building community in new ways while staying at home.
Labor Day is here — a perfect time to reflect on job burnout, a problem that’s gotten worse with the pandemic. But the current workplace upheaval is also an opportunity to make real change, says UC Berkeley researcher Christina Maslach.
Nice guys and gals don’t finish last after all.
Extreme wildfires can fuel tornadoes, creating erratic and dangerous conditions for firefighters.