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Berkeley scientists have 'smart dust' on the brain

California researchers theorize that tiny electronic sensors the size of dust particles could be used in future brain studies.

By July 17, 2013


Berkeley Law's first Web Privacy Census is out and it's troubling

That Web site you love? It's tracking you. So is the other one. In fact, so are all of the top 100 sites, according to new research.

By June 27, 2012


Check out this fully automated dorm room. In Berkeley, of course

A Cal freshman manages to set his dorm room up with all sorts of electronic controls for lighting and drapes -- complete with "romantic" mode and an emergency "party" button.

By May 1, 2012


Bill Gates at Berkeley (photos)

Bill Gates made the first stop on his college tour on Monday, speaking at the University of California Berkeley, before touring one of its biology departments.

4 Images By April 19, 2010


UC Berkeley computers hacked, 160,000 at risk

Attackers access public health center Web site, then break into secured databases on the same server, stealing some 97,000 Social Security numbers.

By May 8, 2009


Could this vision-correcting display replace eyeglasses?

Instead of relying on optics to correct a viewer's vision, a team out of UC Berkeley and MIT look to computation.

By August 4, 2014


Berkeley cloud report gets mixed reviews

UC Berkeley's RAD Lab provides conclusions about the business and technology of cloud computing. While some see the paper as a welcome guide, others aren't so sure.

By February 15, 2009


Escape From Berkeley: An alternative-powered fuels race to Vegas

Over July 4 weekend, the people who brought you the Power Tool Drag Races will put on a race of alternatively powered vehicles from Berkeley to Las Vegas.

By March 4, 2008


UC Berkeley to help build grad school in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia wants a graduate school and Cal needs money--so they've teamed up to build an engineering graduate school in the country.

By March 4, 2008


For $110, this man built an earthquake warning system

A professor at UC Berkeley (in California's earthquake country) has created a prototype device that warns of pending quake-related rumbles and could be installed as easily as a home fire alarm.

By September 8, 2014