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Targeting microbes could help fight coffee pest

By Dan Krotz, Lawrence Berkeley Lab In this video, Berkeley Lab’s Javier Ceja-Navarro discusses how researchers are learning how to utilize microbes that live inside … [Read More]

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Small salmon, big threat

By Carol Ness, Berkeley News Coho salmon and steelhead trout breed in the streams of Central California that summer turns into trickles and pools. Two- to four-inch … [Read More]

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ESPM Alumna Glenda Humiston chosen to head Agriculture and Natural Resources

University of California President Janet Napolitano announced earlier this month that she will propose to the UC Board of Regents that they approve a veteran administrator … [Read More]

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Environment takes big hit from water-intensive marijuana cultivation

By Sarah Yang, UC Berkeley Media Relations The debate over the legalization of marijuana has focused primarily on questions of law, policy and health. But a new paper … [Read More]

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