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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 25, 2023

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My recent eye problems made me appreciate good vision — something many of us take for granted, and I became eager to use them to see more of the world itself, rather than digital representations of it. 
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My recent eye problems made me appreciate good vision — something many of us take for granted, and I became eager to use them to see more of the world itself, rather than digital representations of it. 
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Without my glasses or contact lenses, people seem like featureless silhouettes and I feel robbed of a crucial sense required to navigate the world.
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Without my glasses or contact lenses, people seem like featureless silhouettes and I feel robbed of a crucial sense required to navigate the world.
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is back in full swing, thanks to theaters reopening in time for “Black Widow." Find which MCU character fits your zodiac sign!
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is back in full swing, thanks to theaters reopening in time for “Black Widow." Find which MCU character fits your zodiac sign!
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Ten years into its chokehold on blockbuster culture, Marvel Studios is finally reaching the ostensible end of a rainbow with “Avengers: Infinity War.”
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Ten years into its chokehold on blockbuster culture, Marvel Studios is finally reaching the ostensible end of a rainbow with “Avengers: Infinity War.”
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Researchers at the UC Berkeley School of Optometry have discovered that protein molecules in the human cornea contain pathogen killing properties that may help explain why the human body is relatively immune to infections.
Researchers at the UC Berkeley School of Optometry have discovered that protein molecules in the human cornea contain pathogen killing properties that may help explain why the human body is relatively immune to infections.
Professor Richard Kramer from the campus Department of Molecular and Cell Biology said the researchers are trying to find a chemical derivative to restore visual function.
Professor Richard Kramer from the campus Department of Molecular and Cell Biology said the researchers are trying to find a chemical derivative to restore visual function.