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Nobel prize winner and Greenville-native Charles Townes has died. He was 99 years old. Townes shared the 1964 Nobel Prize in Physics for the invention of the laser and later pioneered the use of...
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2015/01/27 19:57
2015/01/27 19:57
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At UC Berkeley and campuses across California, doctors that staff student health centers are going on strike today, citing allegations of illegal labor practices and inadequate mental health services...
2015/01/27 18:42
2015/01/27 18:42
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Feng Wang, a condensed matter physicist with Berkeley Lab's Materials Sciences Division, led a study in which it was demonstrated that a well-established phenomenon known as the "optical Stark effect"...
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2015/01/27 14:58
2015/01/27 14:58
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California legislators will gather with their party caucuses in the coming days to determine their policy priorities this session. The Senate Democratic Caucus is meeting over the next two days at...
2015/01/27 08:58
2015/01/27 08:58
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It is hardly news that college sports are big business, or that being a big-time sports school carries a price. But if ever there were a sign that the University of California needs to take a step or...
2015/01/27 06:17
2015/01/27 06:17
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MEDICAL MATH: Examining the costsHospital-owned physician groups tend to hike prices; local facility, doctors negotiating to reverse trend Grand Junction hospitals competing for local health care...
2015/01/27 04:06
2015/01/27 04:06
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Gracie Mock, TheBattalion news reporter, sits down with senior associate dean for academic affairs Valerie Taylor to talk about her recent inclusion in a Kickstarter project funding a “Notable Women...
2015/01/27 03:42
2015/01/27 03:42
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A team of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania; University of California, Berkeley; and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has made inroads in solving one such hurdle. By...
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2015/01/27 03:10
2015/01/27 03:10
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Last Saturday, I went to a living room performance in Oakland near the Berkeley border. Honesty is not something that happens much on stage, perhaps by the nature of the art and artifice. We use the...
2015/01/27 02:44
2015/01/27 02:44
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America’s impasse over the storage of highly radioactive waste will take center stage at a panel discussion and public forum Tuesday night in San Juan Capistrano. The storage of spent nuclear fuel...
2015/01/27 02:30
2015/01/27 02:30
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Under the watchful eye of Marin County prosecutor Otis Bruce, Jr., De Anza High School senior Angelina Quilic, 18, stepped confidently to the podium in her law academy class and fired questions at her...
2015/01/27 01:16
2015/01/27 01:16
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If it seems that San Franciscans are getting more entitled and self-absorbed, a series of psychology studies performed at UC Berkeley indicates there could be a scientific reason: the city’s...
2015/01/27 00:05
2015/01/27 00:05
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Here is my attempt to kickoff an open discussion about statements that I consider not just intellectually suspect but negative for growing a progressive consensus. :::::::: War, War, War, that is...
2015/01/26 18:39
2015/01/26 18:39
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Latest UCLA news.Posted Jan. 26, 2015, 9:49 am Staff Report Doctors who work at UCLA's Ashe Student Health & Wellness Center and colleagues at three other UC campuses will hold a one-day strike...
2015/01/26 15:19
2015/01/26 15:19
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Not only do we have variety, but we’ve also seen a rise in quality and craftsmanship, thanks to a new generation of pizzaiolos who began importing wood-fire brick ovens from Italy. These revered...
2015/01/26 10:33
2015/01/26 10:33
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Steve Blank‘s biggest failure as a startup CEO was at Rocket Science Games. The team lost $35 million because the business model and the founding team didn’t match. When he looked around at the...
2015/01/25 09:02
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Other studies from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the New York Department of Health and UC Berkeley have found toxicity levels on crumb-rubber fields either negligible or so low they...
2015/01/25 09:02
2015/01/25 09:02
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There are three components of public higher education in California. The University of California system serves 250,000 students, the California State University system serves 448,000 students, and...
2015/01/24 22:02
2015/01/24 22:02
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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak wonders if society’s growing collection of tech gadgets – from smartphones that speak to us to devices that track our vital signs – is hurting more than helping. “We’re...
2015/01/24 20:02
2015/01/24 20:02
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You know what helicopter parenting is -- it's when parents hovers over their children. It hasn't had the most favorable reviews. Parenting critics have claimed it is an enabling style of parenting...
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