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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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UC Berkeley’s Rausser College of Natural Resources recently launched a Master of Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics program in the department of nutritional sciences and toxicology.
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UC Berkeley’s Rausser College of Natural Resources recently launched a Master of Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics program in the department of nutritional sciences and toxicology.
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Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 1327 on Friday, allowing Californians to sue entities responsible for the development or distribution of illegal assault weapons and homemade guns without serial numbers, or “ghost guns.”
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Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 1327 on Friday, allowing Californians to sue entities responsible for the development or distribution of illegal assault weapons and homemade guns without serial numbers, or “ghost guns.”
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A team of researchers at the Innovative Genomics Institute, or IGI, have found a way to use CRISPR technology to edit genes within a community, spearheading huge advancements in the medical industry.
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A team of researchers at the Innovative Genomics Institute, or IGI, have found a way to use CRISPR technology to edit genes within a community, spearheading huge advancements in the medical industry.
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For years, scientists have worked to create an energy-dense and eco-friendly fuel and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, researchers have finally created one — biofuel derived from bacteria.
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For years, scientists have worked to create an energy-dense and eco-friendly fuel and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, researchers have finally created one — biofuel derived from bacteria.
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Berkeley REI employees have begun to seek union representation, hopeful that their efforts will spearhead what they believe to be necessary changes in their workplace.
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Berkeley REI employees have begun to seek union representation, hopeful that their efforts will spearhead what they believe to be necessary changes in their workplace.
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