Kremen is recognized for her research in conservation biology and agricultural land use.
Professor Banfield speaks about meeting the Nobel laureate and Berkeley professor, as well as early research related to CRISPR.
A new study finds that fences’ environmental impacts are underestimated and deserve a focused discipline.
Banfield studies the genomes of microorganisms such as bacteria and archaea.
As wildfires burn across the state, associate adjunct professor Patrick Gonzalez has developed a new science-based policy for a long-term solution.
Professor Dara O’Rourke and graduate student Niklas Lollo examine a tool designed by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition.
UC Cooperative Extension specialists in the Bartolome-Huntsinger lab collaborated on a new study.
Mascarenhas is the editor of the new textbook Lessons in Environmental Justice.
This edition of Student Spotlight features PhD candidate Vera Chang, who speaks about her journalism and food justice research.
The ESPM department welcomes four outstanding faculty members this semester.
Max Lambert, a postdoctoral fellow, discusses how social justice is important in improving conservation.
The American Chemical Society recognizes Goldstein for his research in the fields of biogeochemistry and atmospheric chemistry.
Rausser College congratulates Professors Gordon Frankie and J. Keith Gilless on their retirement this year.
Graduate student Jacob Bukoski is lead author of a study examining carbon stock estimation approaches in mangroves.
The European Association of Geochemistry honors Banfield for outstanding contributions advancing geochemistry over her career.
A number of Berkeley researchers were honored, including assistant professors Laura Lammers and Trevor Keenan.
The former professor in the College and pioneer in insect molecular genetics passed away last week.
The study appearing in Science Advances highlights the need for climate smart management to preserve biodiversity.
The paper was recently published in the journal Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences .