'Einsteinium' was first recovered from the debris of a hydrogen bomb in 1952, and it's been difficult to characterize in the laboratory and study in detail. Until now.
Dr. Jennifer Doudna, who discovered CRISPR’s gene-editing power, wants the technology to be standard of care for severe genetic diseases.
"What was really disturbing is... I thought she was cool. We agreed on a lot of the same things."
Mack, who is under house arrest and has pleaded not guilty to charges including sex trafficking and forced labor conspiracy, seems to be an unwelcome presence in her UC-Berkeley classes.
The university underemployed more than 1,000 students—primarily undergraduates in computer science and engineering—in order to avoid paying union benefits, UAW Local 2865 says.
UC Berkeley, Stanford, and Carnegie Mellon are among the campuses that accept funds from the data mining company that sells its tech to ICE.
A bill heads to California Gov. Gavin Newsom's desk, and he's pledged to sign it.
The observations provided a "missing link” in theories about storms that rage in Jupiter's atmosphere.
Black holes swallow everything that comes in contact with them, so how do plasma jets manage to escape their intense gravity?
New studies show that between 20 and 40 percent of college students don't have reliable access to food. Old attitudes about ramen in dorm rooms are finally giving way to real efforts to help them.
"Yep, this is law and order in action," the officer says in a video taken of the incident.
Government officials have long watched journalists who pissed them off.