Fellows are recognized by their peers for their contributions to innovation, education and scientific leadership.
Rapanui people likely believed the ancient monoliths helped food grow on the Polynesian island, study says.
These massive storms are likely to grow in intensity in coming years.
The California population could triple if otters returned to their historic home — they just need to get past those great white sharks first.
A major new study reveals how rapidly the Arctic is warming and examines its global consequences.
There's surprising common ground among the voters of both parties: They're going to worry. A lot, and similarly.
A new study examines meaning in life and its relationship with physical, mental and cognitive functioning.
‘We can reverse brain aging,’ says UC Berkeley biologist Daniela Kaufer.
What if you could treat common conditions just by limiting when you eat and drink all your calories? New research says it might work.
When news stories include a catchy hashtag, readers perceived the topic to be less socially important and more partisan.
How writing down three good things every day helped the stand-up see the positive in life.
A UCSF physician is developing a screen capable of providing a detailed portrait of current health and future disease risks.
The startling trend could cause health risks for newborns.
It's not just for Thanksgiving — gratitude can help us overcome thought patterns hardwired in our brains.
How we interact with pit bulls sheds light on the ways we reproduce social inequality, says Katja Guenther.
Study finds even a short-term visit to a severely polluted city is bad for your health.
Students in the nursing program provide essential ‘bridge care’ to people experiencing homelessness.
We take it for granted, but our innate ability to navigate is actually extraordinary and rooted in the brain.
Hate small talk? Find yourself having the same arguments? Some tips to make things better this holiday season.
Berkeley Lab teams work with Cairo University researchers to study soil and bone samples dating back 4,000 years.