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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 05, 2022

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UC Berkeley, UCSF scientists find diverse CRISPR gene editors in viruses

Researchers at UC Berkeley and UCSF’s  Innovative Genomics Institute, or IGI, have found the diversity of CRISPR gene editors in viruses goes far beyond what they expected, possibly leading to new ways of editing genomes. 

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A research team led by UC Berkeley’s School of Education and other California institutions has received a $3 million federal grant to study post-pandemic learning recovery in California’s school system.
A research team led by UC Berkeley’s School of Education and other California institutions has received a $3 million federal grant to study post-pandemic learning recovery in California’s school system.
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UC Berkeley and UCSF scientists have found ways to improve communication to people who cannot speak due to paralysis.
UC Berkeley and UCSF scientists have found ways to improve communication to people who cannot speak due to paralysis.
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A study from UC Berkeley researchers and the United States Forest Service details the damages from extreme weather and effects on the state’s unique wildlife. 
A study from UC Berkeley researchers and the United States Forest Service details the damages from extreme weather and effects on the state’s unique wildlife. 
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Researchers at UC Berkeley and UCSF’s  Innovative Genomics Institute, or IGI, have found the diversity of CRISPR gene editors in viruses goes far beyond what they expected, possibly leading to new ways of editing genomes. 
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Researchers at UC Berkeley and UCSF’s  Innovative Genomics Institute, or IGI, have found the diversity of CRISPR gene editors in viruses goes far beyond what they expected, possibly leading to new ways of editing genomes. 
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A research team led by UC Berkeley’s School of Education and other California institutions has received a $3 million federal grant to study post-pandemic learning recovery in California’s school system.
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A research team led by UC Berkeley’s School of Education and other California institutions has received a $3 million federal grant to study post-pandemic learning recovery in California’s school system.
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UC Berkeley and UCSF scientists have found ways to improve communication to people who cannot speak due to paralysis.
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UC Berkeley and UCSF scientists have found ways to improve communication to people who cannot speak due to paralysis.
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A study from UC Berkeley researchers and the United States Forest Service details the damages from extreme weather and effects on the state’s unique wildlife. 
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A study from UC Berkeley researchers and the United States Forest Service details the damages from extreme weather and effects on the state’s unique wildlife. 
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Two teams of UC Berkeley researchers have trained quadruped robots, also known as robot dogs, to learn to walk on their own in the real world in record time using reinforcement learning, or RL, algorithms.
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Two teams of UC Berkeley researchers have trained quadruped robots, also known as robot dogs, to learn to walk on their own in the real world in record time using reinforcement learning, or RL, algorithms.
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Researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health have received a grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, for HIV research and prevention in Zimbabwe. 
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Researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health have received a grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, for HIV research and prevention in Zimbabwe. 
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The Supreme Court decided in March 2021 that detaining someone before their trial solely because they cannot pay bail violates clauses of the Constitution. A year later, researchers found that significant change still needs to be made in the pretrial detention system.
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The Supreme Court decided in March 2021 that detaining someone before their trial solely because they cannot pay bail violates clauses of the Constitution. A year later, researchers found that significant change still needs to be made in the pretrial detention system.
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A recent study conducted by UC Berkeley researchers revealed that Yosemite Valley originated between five to 10 million years ago. 
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A recent study conducted by UC Berkeley researchers revealed that Yosemite Valley originated between five to 10 million years ago. 
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A recent study co-authored by students and faculty from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business found that stereotypes surrounding middle-aged women and their alleged lack of friendliness may negatively affect them in the workplace.
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A recent study co-authored by students and faculty from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business found that stereotypes surrounding middle-aged women and their alleged lack of friendliness may negatively affect them in the workplace.
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A new study conducted by UC Berkeley affiliates contradicted decades-old research that depressed individuals are more realistic in determining how much control they have over their lives.
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A new study conducted by UC Berkeley affiliates contradicted decades-old research that depressed individuals are more realistic in determining how much control they have over their lives.
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