When it comes to the obesity epidemic, plastics are fuel for the fire.
Carrying instruments built by Berkeley scientists, NASA plans to launch Earth’s first spacecraft to venture inside the orbits of Venus and Mercury to touch the very edge of the sun’s fiery corona.
Alumnus and renowned scholar Richard Schrock will share pioneering science with faculty and students.
The university is proud to continue its stewardship of one of the world's premier scientific institutions.
The habitat is the first of its kind to be described in the world.
Curing a deadly childhood disease, sharing her love of science, and a sleek ’68 Corvette drive this biochemist
Mashable captures a day in the life of Duchenne muscular dystrophy researcher.
Human activity is causing the planet’s mammals to flee daylight for the protection of night, according to a new study.
Interior temperatures can rise to 116 degrees Fahrenheit, potentially causing fatal injuries to children trapped inside.
The UC Berkeley professor talks his ‘trip’ through a whole new world on a new podcast.
A gene for digesting crunchy insects suggests that our common ancestor in the Age of Dinosaurs was an insect eater.
Research could lead to new treatments to restore memories and alter traumatic ones.
A zoo built by Pablo Escobar gives biologists a rare chance to study the impact of hippos gone rogue.