Nighttime is absolutely your favorite time. Some people choose to hang out with friends after dark. Some go to movies, listen to music, or just go to sleep.
By Robert Sanders, UC Berkeley News A group of 18 scientists and ethicists are warning that a revolutionary new tool to cut and splice DNA should be used cautiously when attempting to fix human genetic [...]
By Sarah Yang, UC Berkeley News Taking inspiration from nature, UC Berkeley engineers have created an ultra-thin film that can shift colors as easily as a chameleon’s skin when pulled or twisted. <
By Kathleen Masterson Taking molecular parts from living organisms to engineer biological systems sounds a bit like science fiction, but with the help of University of California San Francisco researchers, high school students are [...]
By Yasmin Anwar, UC Berkeley News New brain evidence provides insight into why highly anxious people are worst at making decisions when things get unpredictable. Highly anxious people have more trouble deciding how best [...]
On February 13, the Stockton Thunder will host Space Night for the community including a Special Pre-Game presentation and the chance to meet former NASA astronaut Jose. M Hernandez.
For decades, scientists around the world have worked to develop a treatment for schistosomiasis, a debilitating water-born parasite that affects more than 200 million people worldwide.
The San Leandro Public Library will host Sam Kean, author of the New York Times bestselling book “The Disappearing Spoon: And Other True Tales of Madness, Love, and the History of the World from the [...]
Professional athletes understand that community involvement is a part of the job. But for some of them, it means a whole lot more. Just entering his 3rd season, Oakland Raiders Wide Receiver Rod Streater has [...]
Ski Ball and PacMan machines made from cardboard – those were some of the popular arcade games people came across as they attended the Berkeley Lawrence Hall of Science TechHive showcase.Founded in January 2013, TechHive [...]