A UC Berkeley graduate who started his career working on the hydrogen bomb, Gilbert’s conscience led him to leave defense work and focus on pure science.
Renovations to three buildings on Fifth Street mark the start of a developer’s ambitious plans for a 3-acre project that could host nearly 600 workers.
Berkeley artist Juniper Harrower explores our complicated history with flora in the new ecological art exhibition.
At the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory in Berkeley, Abrams worked with the distinguished physicists George Trilling and Gerson Goldhaber.
The Bakar BioEnginuity Hub will open in February 2022 in the bunker-like concrete building on Bancroft Way, once home to the Berkeley Art Museum.
The project is planned for the site of Berkeley’s Grayson Street homeless shelter. City officials have long known the site was only temporary.
The director of Step One Preschool replaced rugs after a study by the Green Science Policy Institute found worrisome chemicals in the carpets of that school and 17 others.
The new planet, “DS Tuc Ab,” circles a bright young star outside our solar system.
The meteor that left a stunning visual in the sky landed about 50 miles out from Half Moon Bay, an astronomer says.
Marian Cleeves Diamond was one of the founders of modern neuroscience.
What’s life like aboard a scientific research vessel plying the California coast deploying robots to unlock important data about climate change?
A crowd of intrepid young scientists brushed off Saturday morning rain to participate in the Berkeley BioBlitz. The BioBlitz was designed to be an intensive study of biodiversity on the UC Berkeley campus, and was one of over two dozen BioBlitz events held around California to celebrate the National Park centennial. Photographer Kelly Sullivan put on […]