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Worry about deportations may may have affected the health of Latinas and their newborns
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U.S. patent office continues to award CRISPR patents to UC: four issued this month; eight this year; 15 by end of summer
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Small-scale farming of the crustaceans could be a win-win for communities where schistosomiasis is common
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New atlas of cerebellum hopes to advance study of brain disorders
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New admissions data paints a picture of the 2019 first-year and transfer admits
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Moskowitz, the director of UC Berkeley’s Center for Family and Community Health at the School of Public Health, says research suggests that radio frequency radiation is carcinogenic to humans.
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Henry Hecht, who wound up as the longest-serving attorney on the Watergate prosecutor's team, doesn't see Donald Trump suffering Richard Nixon's fate.
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Henry Hecht, who wound up as the longest-serving attorney on the Watergate prosecutor's team, doesn't see Donald Trump suffering Richard Nixon's fate.
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Tonika Sealy-Thompson's journey to a Berkeley Ph.D. was interrupted by her appointment as Barbados' ambassador to Brazil
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Tigner, a lecturer in the Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, teaches a class called “African Dance in Hip-Hop” which explores how African dance forms are found in hip-hop movement and African American social dance forms throughout the ages.

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