Rich Saykally of the Chemical Sciences Division, along with David Prendergast of the Molecular Foundry, led a study that provided valuable new insight into aqueous carbonic acid with important implications for both geological and biological concerns. Carbonic acid is critical to both the health of the atmosphere and human body. More>
The Berkeley Center for Structural Biology has helped hundreds of crystallographers determine the structures of proteins. A $5 million pledge from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute will enable the construction and support of a cutting-edge microfocus macromolecular crystallography beamline. More>
The combined efforts of the Innovation and Partnerships Office and the Environmental Energy Technologies Division to commercialize the Rapid Building Energy Modeler (RAPMOD) and develop a new prototype for demonstration were highlighted in the fourth quarter issue of Innovation Magazine. More>
As part of the University of California’s Global Food Initiative, campuses across the system are hosting event. UC Berkeley will conduct a farmers market on Dwinelle Plaza from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow (Oct. 24), which as been designated “Food Day.” Go here to view a complete calendar of activities.
There will be a pump available in the two most frequently used areas: Building 90 in the first floor lactation area of the women’s restroom, and in the lactation area in the Potter St. building. Be sure to view instructional video before first use. More>
Ron Zuckermann, Allison Chen, and Julien Muzard demonstrated the basics of protein folding using to attendees at the East Bay Mini Maker Faire last Sunday.