A new study uses small-angle x-ray scattering as well as several advanced biophysical techniques to link protein instability to the progression of a lethal degenerative disease: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. More>
As reported by MarketWatch, a WalletHub survey found Berkeley to have the nation’s most “worker diversity.” The diversity reflects the city’s rare mix of government workers (largely through UC Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley Lab), private-sector workers, and self-employed, and it’s a factor expected to keep the economy of the area sound. More>
The documents will available here starting Friday, March 27. Paper copies were mailed to home addresses in January. Later this year, staff will be asked to provide consent to receive their 2015 W2s online. Benefits include faster, 24/7-access to W2s, and the elimination of misdirected, lost, or delayed receipt of the document.
Nichols worked at the Lab from 1950 to 1996, and continued on as an affiliate until 2007, making seminal contributions to lipoprotein research. He led a series of studies identifying dietary effects on lipoproteins that underlie the recommendations for reducing heart disease risk still in place today. More>