UC Berkeley

Atomically-thin light emitting device opens the possibility for ‘invisible’ displays

UC Berkeley engineers have built a bright-light emitting device that is millimeters wide and fully transparent when turned off. The light emitting material in...

How to make space molecules?

Complex carbon-based particles found in meteorites have for some time been a problem for Earth-bound scientists. Thus scientists are very keen to know how...

Retraining neurons to take action

Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley along with Columbia University and the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown in Lisbon, Portugal have demonstrated the astounding...

Mechanical engineering to help back surgery

Almost half million Americans went for back surgery treat the impacts of circle degeneration, and others experience less basic surgical medicines. A shockingly high level of patients,...

Scientists suggest that some black holes erase your past

Your Past circumstances or choices may have contributed to or led to your present, it is what you do with your presentation that will...

DASH: Cockroach-inspired robot that uses the momentum of a head-on crash

Skittering cockroaches knock their heads a ton as well. However, they figure out how to grasp it, utilizing the collision energy to drive themselves...

CRISPR-Cas12a enables cutting-edge diagnostics, study

Originally discovered in 2015, CRISPR-CAS12a, one of the DNA-cutting protein now turned into a most powerful tool for disease diagnostics. It has supercharged natural...

Mothers, sisters, wives rank among most difficult kin

A large portion of us endure grumblers, naggers, control monstrosities and other irritating individuals in our lives in light of current circumstances – we're...

Developing better batteries to provide renewable energy anytime, anywhere

Studies on lithium particle batteries — the power hotspot for cellphones and about each bit of renewable energy sources, we utilize day by day...

Deportation was associated with multiple cardiovascular health risk

A recent study directed by specialists at UC San Francisco and UC Berkeley's Center for Environmental Research and Children's Health (CERCH) found that stress...