University of California Berkeley
Meet the UC-Berkeley Professor Who Developed a Course Where Students Create Fake Seafood
Teams of students will compete to create new realistic textures for faux seafood, all in hopes of claiming a $5,000 prize.
Cal Basketball Is Hitting Its Stride At Just The Right Time
A young and talented Cal team has grown under coach Cuonzo Martin's tutelage this season, and is surging just in time for a potential deep run in March.
What Alien Hunters Plan to Buy With $100 Million
The importance of Yuri Milner's donation "can't be overstated," SETI Research director says.
Engineering the End of Aging
A new drug that promises to stop muscles and brains from getting old.
What Is CRISPR/Cas9 and Why Is It Suddenly Everywhere?
The controversial gene editing technique is three years old, but just catching on in the mainstream now.