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This fall issue of Breakthroughs magazine features professor Dan Nomura and how his lab is exploring the human proteome for the development of next-generation therapeutics.
New Berkeley research published in Nature identifies mechanisms that could be targeted to trigger ferroptosis, a form of cell death, in cancer cells.
Meet Yasasha Ridel, the graduate advisor for Nutrional Science and Toxicology!
Cooperative Extension Specialist Susana Matias and Assistant Professor Denis Titov join the department this fall.
Olzmann is one of nine Berkeley faculty honored for their work as scientists and engineers.
New research from Daniel Nomura and Jessica Spradlin finds that nimbolide—a natural product found in neem trees—acts as a recruiting molecule to limit cancer spread.
Berkeley News features NST student Pouya Amin as he graduates from UC Berkeley this month.
In this special @energyathaas blog post, professors Meredith Fowlie and Duncan Callaway wrote about the changing ec… https://t.co/oWBQqflyRR
RT @PMB_Berkeley: A new study from @berkeleyIB and @PMB_Berkeley examines the microbiome of commercial tomatoes. The paper, co-authored by…
.@EPA rollback of Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (#MATS) ignores tens of billions of dollars in public health ben… https://t.co/RugQ7Cx7Rg
“The real message is that the warming we have experienced is pretty much exactly what climate models predicted it w… https://t.co/E8f2xqv0B2
A recent article in @BerkeleySciRev discusses Measure D, Berkeley's tax on sugar-sweetened beverages, and research… https://t.co/qd8FfLG5fS