Amy Lepper

Amy Lepper

Students, protesters settle into Napolitano presidency - The Daily Californian

UC Berkeley - ASUC External Affairs Vice President Safeena Mecklai, who also chairs the UCSA board, voted against the motion and called for caution as the UCSA began its relationship with Napolitano. Mecklai called the UC president a “listener” and said she appreciated her willingness to actively ...

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First look at how individual Staphylococcus cells adhere to nanostructures could lead to new ways to...

Mofrad conducted the research with the Physical Biosciences Division's Zeinab Jahed, the lead author of the study and a graduate student in Mofrad's UC Berkeley Molecular Cell Biomechanics Laboratory, in collaboration with scientists from Canada's University of Waterloo. Scanning ...

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Gratitude or guilt? People spend more when they 'pay it forward' | e! Science News

UC Berkeley - "It's assumed that consumers are selfish and always looking for the best deal, but when we gave people the option to pay for someone else, they always paid more than what they paid for themselves," said the study's lead author, Minah Jung, a doctoral student at the Haas School of ...

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Earth-size planets common in galaxy: Perhaps 17 percent of sun-like stars have Earth-size planets wi...

The team -- UC Berkeley graduate student Erik Petigura, former UC Berkeley post-doctoral fellow Andrew Howard, now on the faculty of the Institute for Astronomy at the University of Hawaii, and UC Berkeley professor of astronomy Geoff Marcy -- reported their findings today (Tuesday, Jan. ...

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Tarana Wireless Announces New Company Advisors | peHUBpeHUB

UC Berkeley - Tarana Wireless, a Santa Clara, Calif-based company producing small cell backhaul products, has some new advisors, including Arun Sarin, former CEO of Vodafone Group and Airtouch; Harold Braun, former CEO of Aviat Networks and Siemens Networks; and Eric Brewer, long a computer science ...

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Extreme Violence and Climate Change Linked by Scientists | Las Vegas Guardian Express

... to some specific climatic event.” However, he says, “we are trying to point out is that climate is one of the critical factors that affect how things escalate, and if they escalate to the point of violence.” Marshall Burke, a UC Berkeley graduate student explain, “We like to compare it to smoking...

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To improve today's concrete, do as the Romans did

" The research team was led by Paulo Monteiro, a UC Berkeley professor of civil and environmental engineering and a faculty scientist at Berkeley Lab, and Jackson, a UC Berkeley research engineer in civil and environmental engineering. They characterized samples of Roman concrete taken ...

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LA Times: Global Warming Will Cause Violence to Rise | Wizbang

“The result is alarming,” said study coauthor Marshall Burke, a UC Berkeley graduate student who specializes in how climate change affects food security. “However, if we get our act together and we mitigate future climate change … the effects will be much smaller.” As he concluded his ...

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New exhibit at Lawrence Hall of Science helps youths learn engineering skills

"Collaborating with engineers makes the activities and topics relevant and rewarding for all involved," said Jennifer Wang, a UC Berkeley doctoral student in the SESAME program (Studies in Engineering, Math and Science Education), which has helped develop the Ingenuity program at the ...

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Reforming Immigration to Boost Economic Competitiveness? - Chicago Policy Review

In a joint study between UC Berkeley and Duke University titled “ America’s New Immigrant Entrepreneurs ,” Vivek Wadwha, AnnaLee Saxenian, Ben Rissing, and Garry Gereffi build the case for the passage of Startup Act 3.0 by measuring the contributions that high skilled immigrants in the ...

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