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Check out these links to news stories about the work of Cal scientists!
Now that 2009 is over, we review some of the coolest news stories about Cal science to come out over the past year.
Here are links to four articles about health sciences research being done by Cal staff:
Read about how the Chemical Engineering department celebrates its national ranking and outstanding GSIs! (October 2009)
Check out these five news stories about Cal biodiversity research!
What's the latest in climate research?
The Climate Gap: Climate Change and America's Poor. A new study from UC Berkeley has found that low-income communities and people of color in the United States will suffer the most from the health and economic consequences of rising global temperatures. (July 2009; image: Flickr user HB Art (cc: by-nc-sa))
Increases in mysterious underground tremors observed in several active earthquake fault zones around the world could signal an increased likelihood of a major quake, according to a new UC Berkeley study. Check out the full story on the Berkeley News site. (July 2009)
Find out about the latest goings-on in the astronomical world!
Allen Telescope Array begins all-sky surveys. With the commissioning of the 42 radio dishes of the Allen Telescope Array nearly complete, UC Berkeley astronomers are now embarking on several major radio astronomy projects, including daily surveys of the sky. (May 2009)
Cal researchers are hard at work learning about the environment and humanity's role in it.
Cal scientists are busy pushing the envelope of human knowledge about biofuels.
Interested in the research Cal scientists are doing about physics? Check out these news stories: