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PMB Graduate student Lauren Hamm interviewed science communicators on the dos and don’ts of sharing research with the public.
Ph.D. candidate Karavolias uses CRISPR/Cas and other genetic tools to understand the genes that regulate the development and operation of stomata in rice varieties.
Professor Krishna Niyogi and his lab are collaborators on the project, which works to improve plant photosynthesis and increase yields for farmers worldwide.
Professor Dr. Cecilia Martinez-Gomez and Dr. Nathan Good have used their research to engineer bacteria that removes gadolinium from medical waste.
Deng, PhD ’19 Plant Biology, is Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Sundial Foods. Deng is featured in this Breakthroughs magazine Q&A with alumni who work in alternative meats.
In the fall issue of Breakthroughs magazine, Professor Sabeeha Merchant reflects on her career studying the biology of trace metals in plants.
A new discovery from the Portnoy lab helps scientists understand how food-borne pathogens know when they’ve reached their target.
The grant is part of NIH’s High-Risk, High-Reward Research program.
Patrick Shih specializes in synthetic biology, biochemistry, metabolic engineering, and evolutionary biology.
Tom Gordon, a professor of plant pathology from 1985-1996, passed away in June.
Research co-authored by scientists in the Blackman Lab explains how sunlight orientation is linked to pollination and plant reproduction.
In a study published in the journal Science, members of the Seed lab unlock genetic mechanisms behind cholera and its viruses.
Ewens, a researcher at the Energy Biosciences Institute and graduate student in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, was noted for her recent publication in the journal PNAS.
Assistant professor Matthew Traxler investigates a strategy that protects the insect from disease.
Associate professor Mary Wildermuth is developing genetic technology that could help control a virulent grapevine pathogen.
With the 150 Years of Women at Berkeley campaign, professor emerita Sung led a video project interviewing faculty, students, and staff.
In a recent event, the Diversity Committee held a virtual conversation on anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander racism.
Professor Mary Wildermuth received the university-wide honor that recognizes outstanding mentorship in teaching and pedagogy.
Barbara Baker and N. Louise Glass, both molecular biologists, join the 2021 cohort of elected members.
In a recent opinion piece, Professor Britt Glaunsinger outlines the significant benefits of sharing scientific expertise through open access publications.