Family members' mental health linked to mortality of their loved ones with neurodegenerative diseases
Lightweight tracking tags allow detailed study of bird's social interactions
CRISPR/Cas9 gene-editing technology can insert and spread genes designed to suppress wild insects, new study shows.
Professor David Sedlak says our urban water infrastructure needs a major upgrade to keep our cities thriving well into the future
2017 Graduate Photo Album Please enjoy the photos! Let us know if you see yourself!
In the constant evolutionary battle between predator and prey, one seemingly winning strategy is to get bigger over time so you can throw your weight around
Weight of rain and snow & subsequent summer rebound change stresses on state's faults, causing slight uptick in quakes
Professor Michael Yartsev has received a Fay/Frank Seed Grant from the Brain Research Foundation, which provides start-up monies for new research projects in the field of neuroscience.
The stereoscopic vision of seamstresses is superior to that of surgeons
Stars like our sun are always born with a sibling, astronomers say; in the case of our sun, that twin has long since vanished from the neighborhood
Megamovie project debuts simulator to show you what you'll see from any point in the United States
Researchers in Prof. Irina Conboy's lab found that viral infections turn down the intensity of a key oxytocin receptor linked to healing and health of skeletal muscle and bone, mental well-being and prevention of obesity. The pathway was recently shown to be needed for muscle maintenance and regeneration, which declines with age.
Eko Devices, a BioE startup led by alumnus Connor Landgraf, has received FDA clearance for its second tool, a combined digital stethoscope and electrocardiogram (ECG).
The 2017 Biodesign Immersion Experience has kicked off their summer of engineering design with a busy week of six offsite visits and their first blog post. Catch up with the BIE summer interns, who will be blogging for the next six weeks on the role of engineering design in clinical medicine, based on visits and interactions with the generous professional engineers and clinicians who host & mentor them.
Avid falconer Doug Bell, who has been monitoring the falcon pair, thinks hatchlings may be getting ready to fly soon
Sara Elshafie, who studies paleontology, learned from Pixar how to tell better stories about scientific research
Seismologist updates tour of fault and the unique retrofits that make buildings near the fault safer
Brain study of mice has broad implications for educating young girls
Michael Manga teams with Berkeley Lab scientists to understand why pumice floats (or sinks)
Coastal oceanographer Francis Smith takes to the waves to demonstrate the dangers at California beaches