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17th Annual Frank S. Greene Scholars Science Fair and Awards Ceremony...

The 17th Frank S. Greene Scholars Science Fair and Gala is the annual gathering of families, dedicated volunteers, and corporate sponsors to support and...

Why Losing Sleep is One of the Worst Things You Can...

When we’re in pain, we have a hard time sleeping. But how does poor sleep affect pain? For the first time, UC Berkeley scientists...

The Great American Eclipse is Here, Aug. 21

Using mounted binoculars on a tripod to project the sun’s image safely onto a sheet of whiteshaded cardboard. Credit: Bob King. Monday, August 21st, a...

West County Offers LEGO Robotics Camp for 1st – 6th Graders

West County LEGO Robotics is providing summer camp for youth at four Richmond recreation centers – Shields, Nevin, Parchester and Brooker Anderson – funded...

NASA Selects African American Woman for 2017 Astronaut Candidate Class

Jessica Watkins, who earned her Ph.D. in geology from UCLA in 2015, has been selected by NASA to join the 2017 astronaut candidate class.She...

Local Students Partner With Chevron Mentors to Invent Technologies

Several “disruptions” occurred at a high school event at Richmond Memorial Auditorium on Thursday.  One involved an idea for a smartphone app that can track...

New Device Pulls Water from Dry Air, Powered Only by the...

By Robert Sanders, UC Berkeley NewsImagine a future in which every home has an appliance that pulls all the water the household needs out...

University of California, Mexico Announce $10 Million Joint Energy Efficiency Research

University of California President Janet Napolitano joined Mexican Secretary of Energy Pedro Joaquín Coldwell in Mexico City March 30 to announce $10 million in...

Astronaut’s Dream Becomes a Reality

By Rushawn Walters, Howard University News ServiceAs a young girl growing in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, a small town of 44,000 and 130 miles west Boston,...

As “Artificial Intelligence” Advances, Robots Learn Via Trial and Error

By Sarah Yang, UC Berkeley News   UC Berkeley researchers have developed algorithms that enable robots to learn motor tasks through trial and error using a...
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