UC Berkeley researchers have discovered a compound that promotes bacterial adhesion on teeth, which can lead to dental plaque and cavities. Photo courtesy of Jonathan Borba (...Read more about A mouth full of microbes: UC Berkeley researchers discover compound that can cause tooth decay
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UC San Francisco researchers have leveraged two new molecules, one of which is currently in clinical oncology trials, to devise a dual-drug therapy for alcohol use disorder (AUD), without the side effects or complications associated with current...Read more about Dual-drug therapy shows promise for treating alcohol use disorder
Alumni Robert Vold (Ph.D. '35, Chem) and Marjorie Vold née Young (Ph.D. '36, Chem). Unknown photographer and date. Photo courtesy Tom Aiken.
Marjorie Jean Young (1913 – 1991) was born in...Read more about In Memoriam: Alumna Marjorie (Young) Vold
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The Holy Father has appointed as a member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences (PAS) Susan...Read more about Alumna Susan Solomon joins Pontifical Academy of Science
Scientists from ExxonMobil, University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have discovered a new material that could capture more than 90 percent of CO2 emitted from industrial sources, such as natural gas-fired power plants, using low-temperature steam,...Read more about ExxonMobil collaborates on discovery of new material to enhance carbon capture technology
UC Berkeley business and chemistry alumni Geo Guillen, left, and Marco Lobba, middle, launched Catena Biosciences with Berkeley chemistry professor Matthew Francis. The trio credit Berkeley’s entrepreneurship ecosystem for their company’s rapid rise. (Photo courtesy of Catena...Read more about Berkeley startup aims to be a game changer in autoimmune disease therapy
Atom Computing announced its first-generation 100-atom quantum computer on July 21, 2021. (Image courtesty Atom Computing.)
Quantum computing company Atom Computing, co-founded by...Read more about Atom computing raises M and launches first-generation quantum computer
(l to r) Physicist Robert Oppenheimer, chemist Glenn Seaborg and, physicist Ernest Lawrence in 1946 at the control panel of the 184-Inch Cyclotron.
Historians cite the 'Roaring Twenties' as the decade in which the United States began its transition to a...Read more about The cyclotron's history at Berkeley
Members of the Summer Bridge program preparing to start a lab on "engineering a plastics separation". Photo courtesy of Jade Fostvedt.
An introductory cohort of 13 incoming first-year chemistry students were invited to take part in a new summer chemistry course,...Read more about New Summer Bridge course introduces incoming first-years to chemistry research skills