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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 20, 2022

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UC Berkeley political geography doctoral student and Fulbright scholar William Carter was one of two university students recognized with the inaugural Regents Foster Youth Award at a UC Board of Regents meeting Thursday.
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UC Berkeley political geography doctoral student and Fulbright scholar William Carter was one of two university students recognized with the inaugural Regents Foster Youth Award at a UC Board of Regents meeting Thursday.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ultimately ruled that patents held for inventions by the Broad Institute, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are distinct from the UC’s patents. The institutions have engaged in a long battle over the patents, which have the potential to secure both prestige and billions of dollars in licensing agreements.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ultimately ruled that patents held for inventions by the Broad Institute, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are distinct from the UC’s patents. The institutions have engaged in a long battle over the patents, which have the potential to secure both prestige and billions of dollars in licensing agreements.
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CRISPR-Cas9, the gene-editing technology co-invented by a UC Berkeley professor, is again in the courts, as the University of California fights the Broad Institute, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, over patent rights that could yield billions.
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CRISPR-Cas9, the gene-editing technology co-invented by a UC Berkeley professor, is again in the courts, as the University of California fights the Broad Institute, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, over patent rights that could yield billions.
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In the motion, the university alleged that the scheme convinced more than 500 students to disclose their sensitive personal information through methods such as a Facebook ad promising $550 in cash for participating in “clinical trials,” the press release stated.
In the motion, the university alleged that the scheme convinced more than 500 students to disclose their sensitive personal information through methods such as a Facebook ad promising $550 in cash for participating in “clinical trials,” the press release stated.
With one week to go before the California primary election, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke at a rally in Oakland on Monday in an effort to gauge voter support from members of the community and advocate for his platforms, which revolve around universal healthcare and free public college tuition.
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With one week to go before the California primary election, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke at a rally in Oakland on Monday in an effort to gauge voter support from members of the community and advocate for his platforms, which revolve around universal healthcare and free public college tuition.
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The UC Board of Regents filed an appeal on March 21 in order to overturn an earlier ruling mandating their disclosure of certain investment information.
The UC Board of Regents filed an appeal on March 21 in order to overturn an earlier ruling mandating their disclosure of certain investment information.
The UC Board of Regents filed an appeal with the UC Board of Regents to overturn an earlier ruling mandating the university to disclose information on its investment returns, according to a statement released Thursday.
The UC Board of Regents filed an appeal with the UC Board of Regents to overturn an earlier ruling mandating the university to disclose information on its investment returns, according to a statement released Thursday.
Ten months after campus police on UC campuses made national news for using batons and pepper spray on student protesters last November, the UC Office of the President released the final version of a report commissioned by the University to review existing police and protest management policies Thursday.
Ten months after campus police on UC campuses made national news for using batons and pepper spray on student protesters last November, the UC Office of the President released the final version of a report commissioned by the University to review existing police and protest management policies Thursday.
A bill passed by the state Legislature will request California’s public universities to designate a high-level administrator to act as a liaison between campus security and administrators and student demonstrators during large protests.
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A bill passed by the state Legislature will request California’s public universities to designate a high-level administrator to act as a liaison between campus security and administrators and student demonstrators during large protests.
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